If you've been a writer for any amount of time and you've looked up YouTube videos and articles on your writing interests, you'll know that there is a vast ocean of writing tips for free everywhere you turn. From dialogue, to outlining, to world-building, to deciding whether it should be "than" or "then", everyone has … Continue reading People don’t talk about this writing tip enough…
Three Cozy Winter Haikus!
It's been too long since I posted some haikus to this blog! And what better subject to focus on than the season in which we currently abide? So without further ado, here are three winter poems I crafted using these images as prompts! I hope you enjoy. 🙂 Sparkling Dawn: Sun dawns over land, casting … Continue reading Three Cozy Winter Haikus!
Christmas Poem: The Greatest Gift + My First Guest Post!
Merry Christmas, everyone! We're only a week away from the wonderful holiday, and I hope everyone has had an amazing December so far. Today I wanted to share a Christmas poem I wrote, which was for a Christmas-themed blog party a fellow writer, Allie Andersen, hosted on her blog this year! That means that this … Continue reading Christmas Poem: The Greatest Gift + My First Guest Post!
5 Year Blogiversary + Q&A for Beginner Bloggers
5 YEARS OF BLOGGING. Wow. It feels very surreal to be writing this post. I can't believe that it's officially been five years (to the day!!) since I started my blog! From being a thirteen-year-old editing his very first novel, all the way to being an eighteen-year-old with the same dreams, still blindly chasing his … Continue reading 5 Year Blogiversary + Q&A for Beginner Bloggers
I Tried Writing the Same Poem in 3 Styles!
Well hello there, dear reader! I have a very fun blog post for you today. Assuming you read the title, you know exactly where this is going! I tried writing the SAME POEM in 3 DIFFERENT, UNIQUE STYLES! I can't remember how I originally got this idea, but as soon as I thought about it … Continue reading I Tried Writing the Same Poem in 3 Styles!
Moments || an encouraging story
Hey everyone! This post is a little different than my normal ones! It's not a fiction story or an article on writing. It's something I experienced in real life and was just stunned at how incredible this was. So I tried writing it down, and I want to share it with you all, in hopes … Continue reading Moments || an encouraging story
Two Hopeful Haikus
Dawn The sun sets at night and darkness falls, but don’t fear, for dawn must follow. A Kind Word When you look around and see others struggling too, one kind word can help. Thank you so much for reading my haikus! I really hope you enjoyed and were encouraged by them. I always love writing … Continue reading Two Hopeful Haikus
New Year’s Day: Looking Backward and Forward
HAPPY NEW YEAR! Well! Would you look at that! 2022 has already arrived! I'm honestly quite shocked! Time moves so quickly these days, it's stunning! So much has happened in the last year, and I'm so glad I was able to do several of the things I set out to do last year around this … Continue reading New Year’s Day: Looking Backward and Forward
Poem: Christmas Layers
The stress of this season can quickly creep in to December, hoping for a perfect day. The presents and decorating makes the head spin, But this is unimportant, if I may convey. ~ There are many layers to Christmas, just like a present. Snow, music, lights, and eggnog are just a few. Though fun to … Continue reading Poem: Christmas Layers
3 Reasons You Should Try NaNoWriMo
Well hey there! This post is a little close to the beginning of NaNoWriMo, but I wanted to write it anyway. If you're a writer, sitting on the fence between fully committing to NaNoWriMo 2021 (National Novel Writing Month, where you attempt to write a 50,000+ word story in the month of November) I would … Continue reading 3 Reasons You Should Try NaNoWriMo