Why You Shouldn’t Feel Guilty When You Can’t Write Every Day

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Hey, writing blog. Long time, no see. It’s been a while since I’ve posted. Things have been crazy. 2016 has already presented several awesome things. First, there was the world premiere production of my play, THE SPINS, at Out of Continue reading

5 Reasons to Keep Writing When You Think You Want to Stop

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As we reach the end of November, those of us who are participating in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) scramble to get our 50,000 words written. Whether you are participating in NaNoWriMo or not, being a writer can sometimes get discouraging. Continue reading

7 Ways to Win NaNoWriMo

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So even though the timing is kind of weird, and I’m already in the middle of another novel, I have decided (at the last minute) to participate in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) anyway. Originally I was going to participate Continue reading

6 Ways to Deal with all of the Waiting Involved in Publishing

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You just wrote a novel. Yay! Now if you want to get traditionally published, you have to get a literary agent. This can be a very lengthy process, especially if you query agents in batches (which is the best way Continue reading

5 Things to Do to Prepare for National Novel Writing Month

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Happy October! Or for many of us writers, happy month before NaNoWriMo! NaNoWriMo is short for National Novel Writing Month, which takes place every November and invites writers to challenge themselves to write 50,000 words in one month. It’s a Continue reading

YouTube: A Good Resource for Writers?

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As it turns out, there is a lot more on YouTube than just music videos and cute cat videos. There is an entire community of YouTubers who talk about books (referred to as BookTube). There are YouTubers who talk about activism Continue reading