This is around the time when NaNoWriMo looks harder than it is. It's tough for anyone to write so many words in such a small amount of time. Life throws a lot of curveballs. But just cause you get a curveball thrown at you, doesn't mean you can't hit the ball. You can do it. … Continue reading Keep going, writers
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
National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) can be intense. If you've made it this far, congrats! Not everyone makes it. But I know the creative juices may seem sore or empty by this time. It can get hard to know what to type next. Well, here's some key points to remember: The story might not end … Continue reading Some NaNoWriMo advice
"I think most things begin to fracture without anyone realizing it’s even happening, a sort of splintered silence that gives way all at once under too much weight, and without warning." Title: This Splintered SilenceAuthor: Kayla OlsonGenre: Sci-fi, MysteryPages: 368 pagesPublication date: November 13, 2018Publisher: HarperTeen I knew I had to read The Splintered Silence since … Continue reading Book review – This Splintered Silence
Every Tuesday and Friday, I watch the new Vlogsbrothers video like any other Nerdfighter. But—at the time I'm writing this post—the newest video from John struck me. John, who is the John Green by the way, talked about his wife, which is rare. He didn't gush over her or talk about an issue they have … Continue reading More than writers
Writer’s block is a curious thing. You’re faced with a Slip ‘N Slidethat you must turn into a swing,and nothing comes out at all. It looks something like this: Copyright © Robin LeeAnn
The road is rough; I know. But think about the last time you saw a mountain and freaked out. It stood so much higher than you, but now you stand so much higher than it. This is another mountain you can get past. Whether it's finding a literary agent, finding time to write, or other … Continue reading A tip for a troubled writer
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!
Taking time off can be fishy. You can want to take some time off for about a week and suddenly it's two months later. It's good to take time off; don't get me wrong. But it can also be dangerous. Time off is nice and pleasant. It's hard to get back into a working mood. … Continue reading Taking time off…
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.