Why Writers Should Be Readers

"I don't have time to read." I hear that comment frequently from other writers, and, to be honest, it baffles me. A life without reading? How do you even live? Without a steady diet of reading, my brain grows lazy and it becomes far more difficult for me to write. [Cue five hours of staring at... Continue Reading →

10 Ways To Boost Your Creativity

Ever stare at your laptop and feel like the blank page is mocking you? Yeah, that feeling. We're writers, after all. We've all been there. We push ourselves until our creativity disappears and we're left hanging on to the thin web of our sanity, screaming for our brains to KEEP WORKING. (Maybe that's just me?) So... Continue Reading →

How To Become A Good Writer

Have you ever felt like something was missing? You sit down to write, but fear seizes hold, shuts down your creativity. Or maybe you've sent out query after query, only to receive a stream of rejection. Beta readers praise your story, but then comes that ominous pause. "But...." Maybe the culprit is stilted wording. Lackluster characters.... Continue Reading →

10 Ways To Remain Sane While Writing

Feeling over-stressed? Overwhelmed by responsibilities and edits and runaway characters? Let's face it. Writers work hard --- and we don't know when to stop. Instead we push ourselves until we're threatened by burnout. Here are 10 ways to remain sane while writing. 10. Make a schedule. I'm not a list maker, but I've found that... Continue Reading →

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