Writing can be such an incredibly subjective endeavor that sometimes it makes me want to pull my hair out. Did… Read more Some thoughts on critiquing other writers’ works
I’m rapidly approaching the editing stage for my own novel, and honestly, I’m dreading it. I love editing other people’s… Read more 4 Tips for Self Editing
Writing characters with mental illnesses can be a challenge. Authors must do some amount of research to be sure they’re… Read more 4 pitfalls to avoid when writing about mental illness
As I go about my days, I come across a plethora of helpful articles on writing and the publishing industry.… Read more What’s in my pocket? Resources for writers!
The present tense is a controversial subject among writers. You’ll hear people who love it and people who vow never… Read more Should writers use the present tense?
What’s in my pocket? Hint: It’s not the one ring. It’s actually a collection of writing resources I’ve found all… Read more What’s in my pocket?
There comes a moment in the creative process when one set of eyes isn’t enough, and you need to find… Read more How to critique a story (and get some eyes on yours)
Welcome to the fourth in a series of author interviews. Today I’m talking to Hector Kopczynski about sexuality and gender in… Read more Author Interview: Hector Kopczynski
When I’m staring at a blank page, eyes unfocused, fingers drooping over the keyboard, sometimes I realize I’m just not… Read more Creative procrastination: 11 questions to ask your characters
There came a point in the creation of my novel when Microsoft Word and Google Docs just weren’t cutting it.… Read more Writing software spotlight: Scrivener