After every concert I go to, I notice more how artists are all different—unique—even if they play the same songs. For example, no one ever sings "Sittin' On The Dock Of The Bay" the same way. They all put their own twists and spins on it. If you don't believe me, try it. Click on … Continue reading Writers will never run out of stories to tell
Recently, I found some cool, inspiring quotes on Pinterest. I hope you find them inspiring too. But darling, In the end, you've got to be you own hero. because everybody's busy trying to save themselves - (c.t.) You are not going in circles. You are making progress in a spiral. You do come back … Continue reading Inspiration for all artists
Shield your daughter The world’s gonna get her Teach her what’s right and wrong Tell her that your 神 is the one But she must know magic isn’t real Before even watching Frozen She can’t hang out with "bad" kids She ends up with your older friends But she’s old enough now that Her shield’s … Continue reading All shields break
Confused about editing? Editing has many more forms than just "editing." There is "developmental editing," "copyediting," "proofreading," and more. At the ACES conference, I learned more about developmental editing. Developmental editing is about the bigger picture. It helps the writer with their plot, scenes, voice, structure, and more. This kind of editing cares about looking … Continue reading What writers need to know about developmental editing (basics)
Heyyyyyy! Happy birthday! I hope your day is going good so far. Even though this moment is the last Part of the day I’ll consider “your day.” Uh, here’s a gift—just for you! I put in the considerable amount of time. I hope you shop where everyone shops. Here’s a gift card to Target, Walmart…Amazon? … Continue reading Happy birthday
It has been two years since I started this blog. A lot has changed. I want to thank everyone who has read my words. I’m grateful even if it was just for one post. I hope everyone has a great day!
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.
For a new artist, being "bad" could be discouraging. It's hard to continue when everything you do is nothing compared to others. Well, I was listening to the podcast Ear Biscuits, and here's what Rhett had to say about it: "I think hopefully one of the things that has been demonstrated here is that: if you … Continue reading To all new artists:
It's been a while since I wrote one of these because I've been at a dead stop. I have multiple projects going at once, so it's hard to make a lot of progress in such a short time. I've been editing a query, which has gotten better. I've been going through my novel once more, … Continue reading A writer’s journey (part seven) – dead stop
Want to know why? I wrote an article on Medium. Check it out! Hope you enjoy! Give the story a clap if you can.