Author of a HUGE and stunning debut novel, So Sang the Dawn, Annie has a bunch of tips that will be helpful for Christian authors that don’t want to write Christian Fiction.
Rebekah Black takes you through the blogging basics with clearly worded, simple steps to get you on track for starting that blog that’s been hovering in the back of your mind!
Courtney and I have been involved in other blog events together, and she’s truly knowledgeable on story craft. Read on to discover why she believes studying story is important for writers, whether they’re beginners or advanced!
Read on for some great advice and examples of writing great imagery by C.S. Taylor!
If any of you have ever read a book by Brian McBride (or at least a review of his book), he is well known for creating solid characters! Read on to find out about his method, The Four Point Arc!
Read on to get a glimpse of author Samantha Seestrom’s plotting methods and figure out which kind of writer you are!
Schedule for my March On Writing 2.0 Blog Event
I have known Cherise for well over a year now, and not only have we collaborated on many projects together, but she’s a talented writer and blogger, and she truly knows story. This is a revamp of her post on Themes from last March.
I’m so, so excited to share my interview with Carol Beth Anderson with you guys today!
Happy Saturday, everyone! Welcome to my book review on what’s probably my all-time favorite classic ever, The Great Gatsby!
I haven’t done one of these in a couple months, so I figured it was time to throw another writing update at y’all!
I’m so excited that my first review of the year is on Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo. This is the second time I’ve read through Shadow and Bone – I’m rereading it in preparation for the Netflix show coming out later this year! *SQUEE*