Published author Kayla King shares some of her work, and her process when submitting it for publication.
The books I read in April got pretty political.
I really enjoyed the books I read this month, and I hope that if you are so intrigued by my flash reviews, you’ll be inclined to pick up a copy for yourselves.
Today, I’ve listed the things I’ve been doing and want to keep doing to help my writing life.
We all have those demons, those habits that plague our days, keeping us from achieving our dreams. The first step, though, is identifying the problems, because only then can we know what there is to fight.
Though romance is not my genre, I always try and write characters who are… shippable.
This February, I read three books: The Princess Diarist by Carrie Fisher, Two Girls Down by Louisa Luna, and Finding Molly: An Adventure in Catsitting by Justine Prado and Jenn St-Onge. Here is my take on them.
To say this has been a bad writing week would be, well, an understatement. In fact, this is the first time I’ve opened a word document all week with any intent to write something other than a quick note for a WIP. No research for my novel. No guest post (I was going to submit one today). No writing for my essay (which I was supposed to finish a first draft of TODAY). I can’t blame work, or personal life, or even a good TV…Continue Reading “5 Ways To Come Down From Writing Stress”
When I first started writing, I could write anywhere. I wrote on the bus, in bed, at school, at home, on vacation, anywhere and everywhere I could. I find though as I get older that it’s harder and harder for me to find the right spot to really let my inspiration flow. I’ll have a hot moment in a coffee shop where I can pound out ten thousand words in a day, or I can sit in that same spot all day and only write…Continue Reading “Creating Space For Your Creative Self- A Guest Post By Sarah Foil”
Today I want to talk about a special moment, one that to the outside viewer might have seemed normal enough but to me meant everything.