My experience on Reedsy so far

I've been on Reedsy as an editor since the beginning of May, and I wanted to give my opinion on the platform so far. How it works Reedsy is a site where writers can find editors easier. It lets them search by genre, languages, service, and keywords. Also, editors who have a 100% response rate … Continue reading My experience on Reedsy so far

Book review – Medusa (Spoiler Free)

"I have seen many different depictions of my sisters and me. Some are admittedly fairly accurate, whilst others are so far off the mark it is almost comical. The ones that make me laugh the most are where we are depicted as beautiful women, with snakes wrapped seductively around us. Honestly, people will try to … Continue reading Book review – Medusa (Spoiler Free)

Virtual AWP Thoughts

Right as covid hit, I went to AWP (a national writing conference) for the first time. Half the panels were gone. Half of the bookfair was gone. I talk about it more in this post. Since covid is still going strong, AWP went virtual this year. I was nervous about it since ACES—which turned virtual … Continue reading Virtual AWP Thoughts

Blogger Recognition Award

Thank you Chocoviv for nominating me for the Blogger Recognition Award! If you haven't already checked out her blog, you should! She has tons of great book reviews, movie reviews, art inspirations, and more! I love her art inspirations. I also like her book reviews, especially since they're usually ones I haven't read yet. The … Continue reading Blogger Recognition Award

Creative ways to promote your self-published book

At AWP, I ran into a lot of traditional publishing vs self-publishing. Self-publishing has some different perks and routes, especially when it comes to marketing. A few discussed their creative ways to market their book. When I say creative, I mean creative. They gave out some ideas that I had never even thought of before. … Continue reading Creative ways to promote your self-published book

Book review – Gatekeeper (Spoiler Free)

“People act as if they no longer know me / I feel as if I'm speaking from inside an error” Title: GatekeepeerAuthor: Patrick JohnsonGenre: PoetryPages: 96 pagesPublication date: December 10, 2019Publisher: Milkweed Editions At AWP this year, I stopped by the Milkweeds booth at the book fair, and Gatekeeper caught my eye. Some pages inside … Continue reading Book review – Gatekeeper (Spoiler Free)

Three important items to pack for a conference

The writing/editing conference season is kicking off! Some have already started, but some are coming up soon. Figuring out what to pack for these conferences can be tricky, because you never know who you're going to meet. So, here's a list of items to start your conference with: Notepads with pens It's easier to handwrite … Continue reading Three important items to pack for a conference

Tips for self-publishing

Self-publishing allows writers to publish anything they want. But marketing is harder. That said, here's some tips to help self-published books be more marketable: 1) Make sure your manuscript is perfect Hiring a professional editor is the best way to go. It can be a lot of money, but it's a huge turnoff to find … Continue reading Tips for self-publishing

Another proud writer moment

Hello everyone! I got published on Friday Flash Fiction! I’m so excited that I got to do this opportunity again. My work can be seen on their WordPress page and their website. Now that I have tackled this mountain, it’s time to get accepted from more places!

Three Days, Three Quotes Challenge – Day 3

As a quote lover, 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 consecutive … Continue reading Three Days, Three Quotes Challenge – Day 3