Thinking of NaNoWriMo? The Truth About Writing a Novel in a Month

Well, it's October, and you know what that means: yellow leaves, a chill in the air, and a growing buzz about NaNoWriMo. If that just looked like a goofy jumble of letters and not a word, allow me to explain. NaNoWriMo is National Novel Writing Month, a yearly event where people from around the world … Continue reading Thinking of NaNoWriMo? The Truth About Writing a Novel in a Month

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Sticking it Out: When to Keep Working on Your WIP

You're the author, and you're in control of the story. If you want to keep writing, I think you can make it happen. If you want to be done, you have the power to make that choice too. It's up to you to weigh the pros and cons and decide whether your manuscript is worth your precious time.

When Writing Sucks: How to Deal with Writer’s Burnout

But if you're wanting to take your writing to the next level, you're going to have to learn to deal with Suck Days. It might not be easy, but here are four things I've found that make the Suck Days not only more manageable, but something you can use to your advantage.

Reminder and thank you

First off, many thanks to everyone who has ordered and read my book! It's become a cheesy thing to say "I couldn't have done it without you," but you dedicated bunch of family, friends, and readers seriously rock. Your support has made all the difference in this crazy journey they call writing. If you're still … Continue reading Reminder and thank you

On writing my first book

Well, it happened. After years of practice and dreaming of being a writer I finally published my first book. How cool is that? It's been quite the journey to this point, with more effort than I've put into any other project and some fabulous support from some wonderful family and friends. But even considering the … Continue reading On writing my first book