So I tend to have two very different lists, and I’ve brought both of them up before… My Favorites List and my Annual Read List. But what is my Annual Reads List?
April 2020 Writing Update!
Here I am to review The Hunger Games Trilogy, about a decade behind everyone else!
Late last year, I was asking around on social media, trying to figure out what writing blog posts you guys would like to see. One of the answers surprised me. From a non-writer, there was a request to see the breakdown of how I write a story and what all goes into it…
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…
Amara is amazing at marketing and has helped so many authors, myself included, figure out how to be authentic with our marketing, so this is a post you won’t want to miss!
Jenni is a dear friend of mine that I knew I just had to have on board for this event! Her tips will be helpful for any writer who is unsure about how to share about their story or who needs the extra confidence boost to do so!
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.
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!