Writing trends

Books that sell always seems to have a trend. We had fairytale retelling trend, dystopian society trend, LGBTA+ trend, etc. Popular books always have a theme between them. If we pay attention, they often tell stories about problems with our world.  Many relevant books about our pains are up there in sales volume. It always … Continue reading Writing trends

Creative way to know your characters

Vivid characters are an essential part to any story. Without strong characters, the story can seem uninteresting and fall apart. Understanding your characters is a good way to develop them. One creative way to explore your characters is to find songs that describe them personally. For example, I have a character named Victoria who's fighting … Continue reading Creative way to know your characters

Book review – Yesterday I Was the Moon (Spoiler Free)

it only takes a second or two to look into their eyes and decide whether you're home or at just another perfectly decorated house ― Noor Unnahar, Yesterday I Was the Moon Title: Yesterday I Was the Moon Author: Noor Unnahar Genre: nonfiction, poetry Pages: 160 Publication date: March 27th 2018 Publisher:Clarkson Potter Publishers I was given Yesterday I Was the … Continue reading Book review – Yesterday I Was the Moon (Spoiler Free)

Writing breaks

Overworking is easy for a writer. Writers are constantly thinking of poetic lines and/or story developments. After a while, our stories can get mixed up and everything written comes out forced. But is it even possible for a writer to take a break? Kind of. We can psychically stop writing down stories or ideas. We … Continue reading Writing breaks

Writing origins

Sometimes I think it's good to look back at where you came from. For me, I started as 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 quit. I had a … Continue reading Writing origins

Book review – Wolves’ Gambit (Spoiler Free)

"At first I'd envisioned [Lori Grenville] as some sort of super spy. While that was a fun idea, it was wrong. Turns out she's a woman with a mission, and she'll do what it takes to get the job done. She sees herself as being on the side of good even if sometimes she needs … Continue reading Book review – Wolves’ Gambit (Spoiler Free)

Three Days, Three Quotes Challenge – Day 2

As a lover of quotes, I'm grateful for this challenge. Thanks so much to George from The Many-Storied Building for this nomination. He has a brilliant blog over there that's a great read. Check his website out if you got the time! The Rulebook: 1. Thank the person who nominated you. 2. Post a quote for three … Continue reading Three Days, Three Quotes Challenge – Day 2