How to you know you’re done editing/improving your work

A: Once I do good enough to get a good review, I know I was successful. B: How do you get a good review though? A: By being great. Make them have only good things to critique about your work. B: Ehh... Kind of. A: Kind of? B: Think about it this way. You make … Continue reading How to you know you’re done editing/improving your work

Writing photos

Us writers explore the Internet during our many writing breaks. We usually end up starting chats or finding funny photos or looking up the specific type of the metal people used in the mid 1800s and how dangerous it could be. Personally, I love finding writing photos on Pinterest. I decided to share some of … Continue reading Writing photos

Best of the best so far (books edition)

As writers, we all need great books in our lives. Here’s some of the best books I know with synopses from Goodreads: Clockwork Angel – Cassandra Clare – 4.33 rating When sixteen-year-old Tessa Gray crosses the ocean to find her brother, her destination is England, the time is the reign of Queen Victoria, and something … Continue reading Best of the best so far (books edition)

Using foreign languages in stories

Not everyone in the world speaks one language, so sometimes your characters shouldn’t either. More books I read these days mix languages into their stories. They don’t have descriptions of scenery in another language or so though, because I might end up throwing the book across the room as I try to decipher letters that … Continue reading Using foreign languages in stories