It’s been quite a while since I posted something other than a book review to my blog, so I thought I’d catch up by doing a wee wrap-up of some content I’ve covered in my podcast in the last few episodes. This summer has been especially crazy with some unexpected changes, and as much asContinue reading “Sensitive Content, Voicey-ness, Epistolary Passages, and Updates!”
Creating characters goes way beyond just knowing what they look like! Read on to find some tips and tricks to help creating the most authentic characters for your story.
Over the last few weeks, I’ve been busier than ever with fiction and audio editing, courses, prepping and hosting #MoodPitch, and just so.many.things. So in this post, I’m going to showcase the lovely authors I’ve had the pleasure of chatting with lately!
Let’s talk a bit about story prompts. This is something that gets brought up in today’s author interview, so I just want to quickly go over a few things. But first, think about where you’re at with your current project. Are you writing a novel? What are you struggling with? One of the things IContinue reading “Story Prompts—Why You Should Use Them”
Listen to this podcast episode and author interview here! Something I hear a lot about when talking with other writers is there seems to be a similar fear of social media at first. I’m not sure if it’s just certain age groups who aren’t used to using different sites like Twitter, Instagram, Tik Tok, etc.Continue reading “Using Social Media as a Tool—The RIGHT Way”
So, when you’re sitting down with a fresh notebook and brand-new pen, or you open your laptop and start a new blank document, and you’re going to get in there and write down all your ideas and formulate some sort of plot and a bunch of characters, what do you write? When you come upContinue reading “Writing the Book You Want to Write”
Where do we draw the line between fact and fiction in historical fiction? And make sure to catch my interview with historical fiction author Kiersten Marcil on the podcast!
Read all about beta readers and critique partners, what they are, how to find them, and how to deal with criticism on your writing.