Self Care: My Routine

Before we get started talking about the best thing about being a writer, I want to let you know that my book will be available on June 6! It’s my very first novel! You can read the first 3 chapters today and pre-order the e-book on Amazon, Google Play, or Books2Read. You can also orderContinue reading “Self Care: My Routine”

Follow the path: Using an Outline

This is another blog that has been on my mind to do and HOORAY! I’m finally sitting down to write it! As you can tell, we are here to talk about one thing and one thing only! OUTLINES! So what is an outline? An outline according to Google is a general description or plan givingContinue reading “Follow the path: Using an Outline”

Mind Maps: Do they really work?

Hello! It has been a while. I’ve been meaning to sit down and write this blog for weeks now, but I have been more than distracted with writing my second book, finishing up the creation of a coloring book, and drawing. Did I mention I have been working on things for small businesses? I’m anContinue reading “Mind Maps: Do they really work?”

Snip Snip: Are all these words necessary?

HAPPY NEW YEAR! WELCOME 2020! FIRST BLOG OF THE YEAR! LET’S SET SOME GOALS AND WORK TOWARD THEM! I finished my manuscript at 97k words and by the time I went through it again; I had gone down to 95k words. You might say, “How did you end of cut 2,000 words?”. It was easyContinue reading “Snip Snip: Are all these words necessary?”

Beta Readers + You!

Two weeks ago, we talked about getting feedback from beta readers. This week, I will let you know how to find beta readers. I was a little afraid of finding beta readers. It’s scary to have other read a work that you have been working on for years. (Yes RTG has been a work inContinue reading “Beta Readers + You!”

Getting Feedback from Beta Readers

Happy December! I hope that NaNoWriMo went well for you this year! Comment below on how it National Novel Writers Month went for you this year! Let’s face it getting feedback on your piece of work is difficult. Anyone who tells you that criticism, even if constructive, is easy to hear is a liar. HearingContinue reading “Getting Feedback from Beta Readers”

What to AVOID as a Writer

I want to start this off by saying… HAPPY NaNoWriMio! Enjoy these last weeks of writing nonstop. P.S. Take breaks. Your brain will thank you. You may now proceed to the article. 3….2…1 In my time as a writer, I have done one thing that I believe we should avoid as writers or people. TheContinue reading “What to AVOID as a Writer”

3 Things to Do as a Writer

So you want to be a writer? WONDERFUL! Or maybe you’re telling me you have already written something. Well, that is wonderful too! I’m not quite a published author yet, so my advice for that part would be kind of made of up, but I am a writer! I’m actually almost done with my firstContinue reading “3 Things to Do as a Writer”

Find Inner Peace

Blogs need to be written. Art needs to be colored. Laundry needs to be folded. FOOD NEEDS TO BE EATEN. Just a 4 sentence look into my life as a aspiring writer, artist, wife, friend, and food lover.

I have gotten to the point in my life where I want to do things that to better myself as a person and propel myself forward in my career. Maybe you find yourself there as well.

4 Super Helpful Writing Resources

So you’re writing a book. You have decided that the images and stories in your head need to be expressed and given to the world as a gift. I applaud you. Writing out your ideas in the form of a book can be super stressful and exciting.

I cannot tell you how many times, I have written and deleted just to write and delete again as the stress of writing something amazing overtook me. Sometimes it still overtakes me and I end up taking 2 weeks to finish half a chapter. I’m looking at you chapter 7. In my defense, I already wrote and finished it, but I went back to rework it to make it better…..