10 of My Favorite Books Ever (Outside My Genre)

Hello, there! Welcome to part 2 of my 10 of My Favorite Books Ever posts! This time we're going to be talking about 10 of my favorite books OUTSIDE of my genre. (So basically anything besides fantasy). #1: Adorning the Dark This. Book. Is. Phenomenal. Written by Andrew Peterson, the author of the Wingfeather Saga, … Continue reading 10 of My Favorite Books Ever (Outside My Genre)

10 of My Favorite Books Ever (In My Genre)

Hello, everyone! Today I'm going to be talking about 10 of my favorite books ever, inside of my genre (fantasy). This is going to be super fun, so be sure to stick around! All right. Let's jump right into it! #1: The Lord of the Rings + The Hobbit I think this one's obvious. 😉 … Continue reading 10 of My Favorite Books Ever (In My Genre)

Improve Description in Your Writing With These 3 Tips

Do you ever struggle writing description that keeps your reader’s attention? Would you like to be able to write beautiful, vivid descriptions that lay out a wonderful, fascinating scene before the people who are reading your story? Now, I’m not saying I’m a master at this and you aren’t! I’m still learning how to write … Continue reading Improve Description in Your Writing With These 3 Tips

Why I Didn’t Do NaNo 2019 (And Why It’s Okay Not To)

After I learned that NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) was a thing, I've always felt a sort of pressure each year November comes. I feel like, "Well, everyone else is doing it, and it makes you a better writer, so I should be participating this year and writing 50,000 words in thirty days." But, the … Continue reading Why I Didn’t Do NaNo 2019 (And Why It’s Okay Not To)

5 Ways to Craft Your Characters With Your Themes

Sometimes when we write the themes to our stories, we don’t consider the vast subject of crafting our characters to fit our theme. Many times we craft them separately, first creating the theme, and then creating the characters (or vice-versa). That is a big mistake. Whenever you’re crafting your characters, you should always have the … Continue reading 5 Ways to Craft Your Characters With Your Themes

How to Write on a Consistent Schedule

There are times when something is making you not want to write. It might be procrastination. It might be writer’s block. It might be sheer stress, or discouragement, or timidness, or world-building problems, or...anything! Whatever it is, it always feels like there’s just this weight on you whenever you think about writing. That happens a … Continue reading How to Write on a Consistent Schedule