The following is another snippet from my current WIP, Raid of the Krames. Hope you enjoy! 🙂 Cullen took his customary seat next to the other generals at the table in the knight’s meeting hall, illuminated by many lanterns set onto the walls. Sir Flynn, commander of the entire knight order, sat at the very … Continue reading Writing Snippet: Raid of the Krames
Hello there, everyone! Today I thought I would share with you some word prompts as well as some picture prompts I found, in case you need some inspiration to write! So, without further ado, here are the word prompts! (Note: I made these up!! And you can use them!) Prompt 1: "I’m sick of never … Continue reading Writing Prompts!
Hey! It seemed like several people enjoyed the Chad comic I posted a little while ago, so I hath decided to share some more I've done! I hope you enjoy. 🙂 The next one yes, is not about writing, but it's a Chad comic so I decided to share it anyway. XD Yes, yes, I … Continue reading More Writing Comics!
Hi-ya, everyone! Today I just wanted to share with you a little more about my WIP (Work in Progress), Raid of the Krames. It's a non-magical middle-grade fantasy story, the first in a series, and I'm currently writing the second draft. I've actually just hit 10K words not to long ago, so that's pretty exciting. … Continue reading Raid of the Krames Updates/Snippet/New Mock Cover
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
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
The outline of your story is done! You’ve planned all the chapters! It should be long enough to hit 50,000 words and be officially called a novel. Maybe it will even hit 60 or 70 thousand! You sit down, excited, and start writing. You write and write and write, day after day, working hard, putting … Continue reading What to do When You Can’t Hit 50,000 Words
Your character is almost done! You’ve figured out their looks, what they like and dislike, their friends, their enemies, how they talk, their sense of humor, but something...feels flat. Well, they might not have a flaw yet. “What?” you might say, “But I don’t want my awesome character to have a flaw!” Well, if you … Continue reading How to Craft a Good Flaw for Your Character
Writing is hard. I am not going to deny it. We writers have a really hard job. And sometimes, we feel like it’s too hard. I have. But here are some points I always come back to when I feel like being a writer is an impossible task. 1: Words are Powerful What? You may … Continue reading Why Writing is Hard—But Worth It!
If you are a beginning writer, welcome to the writing club! You are awesome! Keep at it! Don’t give up. Yeah, so this is kind of a post for beginning writers, but even if you have been writing for like 3+ years, that’s okay. You can keep reading. Who knows, you may still pick up … Continue reading Why You Shouldn’t Feel Pressure as a Beginning Writer