Ideal Morning Routine

I’ve always been a morning person, but I’ve never had an ideal morning routine. THAT CHANGES THIS YEAR, FRIENDS.  NOTE: This post contains affiliate links. Affiliate links provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to products. Original photo byNathan Dumlao While I don’t consider myself a productivity guru by any […]

10 Reasons You Should Try NaNoWriMo

10 Reasons You Should Try NaNoWriMo

I firmly believe that everyone should try NaNoWriMo at least once in their life. Sure, the writing elitists hate it and like to make fun of those who attempt it. But there are some legit good reasons to do it! Original photo by MJ S If you looked at the title of this post and […]

Worldbuilding Questions Answered with The A-Zs of Worldbuilding by Rebekah Loper

As a writer, I always have a ton of worldbuilding questions. Note: I received a free copy of The A-Zs of Worldbuilding in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links. Affiliate links provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to products. How do I lay out the […]

How to Create Your Writer’s Vision Statement

Creating your writer’s vision statement is the best way to keep your life on track. NOTE: This post contains affiliate links. Affiliate links provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to products. If you don’t know what a writer’s vision statement is, GET READY TO BE EDUCATED, SON. Firstly, it’s the […]

Reading People by Anne Bogel: A Personality Handbook for Fiction Writers

I was selected as a member of the launch team for Reading People by Anne Bogel, and I was really excited to dive in. I received a free advanced copy of the book in exchange for some social media buzz and bloggy love. Full disclosure: I’ve never been into personality typing, and the book is […]

How to Start a Big Writing Project

One of the questions I get all the time is how to start a big writing project. Admittedly, big is a relative term, and means something different to everyone. But whether you’re a middle school student working on a five-paragraph essay or a doctoral candidate trying to crank out that thesis, getting started can be […]