Hello everyone! I have something exciting to share with you this week....The writing program I am part of is open for registration again! This post is a collaboration with another member of the writing program, Bea Williams. The two of us are answering a few questions about this program. Enjoy!When is registration? You can register … Continue reading YWW Is Open!
Hey all! Today I would like to introduce to you, Mini Reviews Monday.I hope to make this a theme once a month after the subject month is over, and since I read 8 books in January I thought I would list them all here! Enjoy! The Girl Who Could See by Kara Swanson: An exciting and … Continue reading Mini Reviews Monday (January edition)
Hello, readers! I'm back with another interview! Lets get started. How long have you both been blogging?Jason: I have been blogging on and off since January of 2014, so about 5 years. But I didn’t start doing it seriously till June of 2017 when Peter and I first worked together. Peter: My blogging experience only … Continue reading Awkward Truth (Interview)
What is your book about? Broken Pieces is about a young woman named Catherine DeLacey. Catherine lives in a fantasy world where mental and emotional trauma manifests as glass-like shards that grow inside of people's chests. Because it's such a far-reaching problem, there are doctors that specialize in shard removal. However, Catherine's shard is too … Continue reading Broken Pieces by Lindsi McIntyre (Book Launch)
Hello everyone! I’m back for another post about… NaNoWriMo! Now as some of you know, NaNoWriMo takes place in November and the goal is to write 50K words in thirty days (50K words is the number of words in an average novel). They also have what’s called Camp NaNoWriMo and that takes place in April … Continue reading The Pros And Cons Of NaNoWriMo Participation
Hey, all! I'm back for another awesome announcement!! Remember that interview I did with S.G. Willoughby? Well she has something else awesome she wants to share with y'all today!! She's been working on this for quite sometime, and as you know she wrote a book about her journey through chronic illness, and she's been super … Continue reading Conference announcement (2019)
Hi, all! You’re probably wondering where I’ve been all summer long. Well...It’s been a tad crazy,enough that blogging and the motivation to do so went down hill...But here I am for longer, I hope! That said, it’s hard to stick with consistency when I can’t make up my mind about the content I want to … Continue reading WHERE DID I GO?
I guest posted on my dads blog awhile ago and thought I'd share here! (original post: http://frontporchfighter.blogspot.com/2018/04/guest-post-14-basic-writing-tips.html ) So, you’re wondering how to get started with writing? So was I! How do you start writing? How do I get obsessed with writing like that professional writer over there? Well, I don’t have all the answers, … Continue reading 14 Basic Writing Tips (reposted)
Hey, all! Today we have S.G. Willoughby who is celebrated her first book release!! S. G. Willoughby is a seventeen-year-old girl with Lyme disease, toxic mold poisoning, and MCS. Currently, she resides in Arizona with her parents and two siblings. In her spare time she loves to write, read, and have adventures. How long have … Continue reading He’s Making Diamonds by S.G. Willoughby (Interview
You’re sitting down at the computer, staring at the blinking cursor. You just found out that your writing friends have finished the rough drafts of their novels, and you’re still working on yours! You feel so far behind everyone else. But I’m here to tell you that that’s okay. Every writer is different. Therefore, all … Continue reading When Your Inspiration Well Is Dry (guest post)