I wanted to share some editing tips. My anxiety actually makes me a decent editor! Although I am not a professional or even partially good at grammar, I have a few ideas for you! Read your manuscript out loud: This is so important because reading out loud and reading in your head is very different. … Continue reading Editing Tips from the Anxious
This is a looooooooooong post: Prepare yourself. I am an avid outliner. A lot of people who talk about outlining, get real technical, real quick which I think dissuades some people who are less technical, from doing outlining. I hope my strategy is easy, but also detailed enough to help you perfect your time management and … Continue reading My Outlining Process
This post contains spoilers. When Inside Out was first released, I had a reader visit my Facebook page and ask me a question. His question and my response contain some spoilers so please read with caution, if you care. lol. Also, you can read an excerpt of both books here and then there wont be … Continue reading Who knew?
Could fill a book? Won't hurt you? I don't know about that, but we all have somethings we need to learn. I am an avid learner and researcher. I can't tell you how many times I google things during the day. And it shocks me that other people are cool being ignorant to information. No … Continue reading What you don’t know…
I won't take up too much of your time here today, folks. I just wanna chat with you guys real quick about something that keeps coming up in the #writerscommunity. I hear a lot of authors talking about showing and not telling. Then I see a lot of authors freaking out because they tell too … Continue reading Show and Tell and Tell and Show
I FINALLY started writing a new character. When I was writing short stories, I wrote new characters all the time. It was no problem at all, but I had such a hard time writing my sequel that I literally wrote only one character for 5 years. Now I am facing off with a strong, black … Continue reading Journal: Who’s Scared Now?
I was feeling vulnerable and I put out the following tweet a while ago. As you can see, it got 325 likes. What you can't see is that it got 151 comments too! I did my best to reply to every comment, because what I didn't know was that my tweet was officially turning into … Continue reading Don’t Start Unbelieving – mustering the strength to keep writing
I read one little article about writing structure and all hell broke loose. -LY must die!
I've completed tons of work, and have had zero time for blogging...