Tips for self-publishing

Self publishing can bring a good profit and allows writers to publish anything they want. However, marketing is harder, especially since it's easy to pick out a self-published book over a traditionally published book. Self-published books just look less professional on average. That said, here's some tips to help make self-published books look more professional: … 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 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 3

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

Three Days, Three Quotes Challenge – Day 1

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 1

Proud Writer Moment

After piles of rejection letters or people's critical advice, it's nice to be accepted every once in a while. Every writer needs to feel the appreciation for the wonderful creative pieces they have made. Last week, my flash fiction piece, "The Forgotten', has gotten accepted by Friday Flash Fiction. This makes me one step closer … Continue reading Proud Writer Moment

Tricks to winning editing battles

Editing your own work is a difficult battle for every writer. Therefore, the need of editors comes into reality. However, not everyone can afford editors. Depending on how good the editor is or how long the novel is, the cost of an editor can go way over $1,000. Sometimes more than $2,000. But some tricks … Continue reading Tricks to winning editing battles

Book review – The Only Pirate at the Party (Spoiler Free)

“I make art for the sake of art . . . and for my own selfish gratification, because I’m an artistic monster.” ― Lindsey Stirling, The Only Pirate at the Party Title: The Only Pirate at the Party Author: Lindsey Stirling Genre: Non-fiction Pages: 254 Publication date: January 12th, 2016 Publisher: Gallery Books It has been a while since I read … Continue reading Book review – The Only Pirate at the Party (Spoiler Free)

Book review – Ice Like Fire (Spoiler Free)

“If stubbornness were all that was needed to be a good queen, I'd rule the world.” ― Sara Raasch, Ice Like Fire Title: Ice Like Fire Author: Sara Raasch Genre: YA fantasy Pages: 478 Publication date: October 13th, 2015 Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers After a great book with a good complete ending called Snow Like Ashes, Sara comes back … Continue reading Book review – Ice Like Fire (Spoiler Free)

Discouraging writers

I’ve noticed something discouraging among some famous authors: laziness. I've seen many writers lax their writings after hitting fame. For example, one of my favorite authors uses passive voice more when she writes. I’m sure I would’ve noticed before, but I’ve found tons of passive voice in one of her recent books. Either way, her … Continue reading Discouraging writers