Photo credit I know a lot of people who want to support the independent musicians, artists, filmmakers, writers, etc., but they don’t really know where to start. If you are an art lover and always looking for the next awesome Continue reading How You Can Help Other Artists
If you’re checking out my page today, it’s likely because you read my post about being awkward on HelloGiggles. Welcome! Have a look around my writing blog here or my official website here. Looking for some free ways to support Continue reading Welcome HelloGiggles Readers!
I like the idea of the 30-day whatever challenge. Remember those 30-day music challenges that were going around a few years ago on Facebook? Every day you had to post a song. Then there’s the 30-day poetry challenge, which I Continue reading 30 Day Blog Challenge – Day 1 – Re-connecting With Music
Hey everyone. It’s been a while since I posted as I got wrapped up in all of the Thanksgiving festivities (and PIE). I thought I’d give you a little update. How did everyone do with NaNoWriMo? I didn’t officially participate, Continue reading Updates: Post-NaNoWriMo, revising The Muses, freelance writing and editing
As an author of a young adult novel and a huge fan of the young adult genre in general, I was super excited about attending YALLFest, the Young Adult Book Festival in Charleston, SC, about five hours from me. (I Continue reading My Experience at YALLFest 2013
I am very excited to be attending YALLfest this weekend – the Young Adult Book Festival. The weekend will consist of panels and signings with some great YA authors including Lauren Oliver, Rainbow Rowell, and Veronica Roth. It’s time to Continue reading YALLfest
For many people, November is National Novel Writing Month. Hundreds of thousands of writers will scramble to finish the first draft of a novel in a month. You can track your progress and post your daily work on their Continue reading National Novel Writing Month: Good Luck!
Great advice! I especially liked the bit about details. “Details are sort of like cats. Having a few of them is nice, but having 50 of them is kind of crazy.” Haha. So true.
This is pretty hilarious!