I can’t believe we’ve finally reached the end of our event! Thank you so much for sticking with us! Below you will find a great list of author resources at your disposal…
A lot of you know my struggles with my health that I’ve been battling since summer of 2019, and since getting my health on track, I’ve adopted some healthy habits that I feel like other writers should know about.
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*
Today I wanted to discuss a widely controversial topic in the writing world — basing fictional characters off of people you know. While at first glance writers (and even readers!) may think that it shouldn’t be that big of a deal, there are definitely some cons to this method of characterization that writers should be aware about…
There are a ton of new faces around here, so I wanted to take an opportunity to reintroduce myself, answer a few questions I got via social media, and give a general life update since I haven’t done one of those on here in awhile.
My 2019 Wrap Up, plus best and worst reads of the year!
A short story about Deric from my debut novel, Smoke and Mirrors