Time for a NaNoWriMo update! The last one too! November has just flown by. Everything is still going well for NaNoWriMo. I've written a lot for my rewritten chapters and for the trilogy. I have found that I like writing the trilogy together since I can sneak in parallels and connect it well. That way, … Continue reading NaNoWriMo update ——— #3
In school, we learn that fragments are incomplete sentences and wrong. This can carry over into adulthood. I've had a few betas recently tell me to fix a sentence or add words to my story because I had one. However, as an editor, I don't fix fragments all the time. Everything that exists has a purpose, … Continue reading Why fragment sentences are okay￼
Happy New Year (a day early), everyone! Since it's a new year, it's time to make some writing goals. I wasn't able to complete my goals from last year. But I did take a lot of steps to complete them, and I have a pile of rejection letters to prove it. So, 2020 is a … Continue reading 2020 writing goals
I've had that question for a while now. How many books do you have to write to write a good one? I knew some authors wrote one book, had a few drafts, and published a brilliant piece of work. Some wrote a few novels before one of theirs got published. Some writers told me that … Continue reading How many books do you have to write to write a good one?
It's good to appreciate the small accomplishments in life. For example, I just finished copyediting my first novel for a publishing house. I hope everything goes well. I enjoyed working on the story. What small accomplishments have y'all completed? It can never be too small.
Just remember... We are one more day closer to getting our novel complete.We are one more day closer to publishing.We are one more day closer to becoming someone's favorite author. We can do this.
Happy New Year! 2019 is an interesting year for me already as I'm sure it is for you. I have an English degree now with new goals. Writing goals are always important to me. Even if I don't complete them, I get something in life to look forward to, to work toward. My goals this … Continue reading 2019 writing goals
Attention all writers! Just as a reminder: a rest day is sometimes needed. You've worked a bunch lately and have accomplished a lot, even if you can't tell. Take some the time to rest and rejuvenate. You deserve it.
Sometimes it's good to look back at where you came from. For me, I was a small girl in Dallas. I tried writing a novel about puppies with super powers in a Captain Jack Sparrow journal. I handwrote many chapters that took up about half the journal before I stopped. I had a colored in map … Continue reading Writing origins
There’s this negative aroma around the writing profession at times. So, in case you have forgotten recently, I will enlighten you with some amazing writing facts. More people read these days, which also means more chances of your work getting found, read, and liked. It’s all right if you’re writing more than one story at … Continue reading Positive writing times