Because there is a fine line between being alone to write and being lonely. Continue reading Find Your Tribe
So how do we get back up one more time than we are pushed down? Well, after too many rejection letters and setbacks to count, I’ve found a few good tips and tricks to standing a little bit taller. Continue reading Seven Ways to Get Back Up After That Really Hard Rejection
Think about the book you are writing. Think about the book you want to write. Picture it in your mind, the characters, the setting, the themes, the mood. Is it gritty? Is it lush? Is it joyful? Find yourself in that place, that world, surrounded by those characters. Now, answer this question in one sentence. Continue reading Back to Basics
There is no right or wrong way to go about an interview, but I’m going to share some of my favorite techniques for better understanding, empathizing and, eventually, sharing my characters with the world at large. Continue reading Character Interviews – More Than Just Talking to Yourself
And sometimes, as much as it pains me to admit it, writing doesn’t always take the priority. Continue reading When You Can’t Write
My favorite genre is binge reading stories from the library, spending all day in bed swearing I’ll stop after one more chapter, developing massive, unhealthy crushes on fictional characters. My favorite genre is whatever I can get my hands on. Continue reading What’s on Your Shelf?
I’ve seen a lot of people wondering about book challenges, so I thought I’d cover the benefits of a big book challenge and why I do them! Continue reading Why I Do Book Challenges