Finding Your Voice as a Writer In today's world of publishers and agents it can be hard to find your own unique voice as a writer. So many people are telling you how to write and what is popular. "Write what sells" is the message they are putting out there, whether they realize it… Continue reading *Writing Tips*
I think you should write what you love & love what you write!!! I'm not sure if that has been deemed a quote somewhere or not. I feel like I've seen it on Pinterest or something before. Nonetheless, I think it is PERFECT advice for aspiring writers and established writers alike. Recently, I was reading… Continue reading Tips For Writers #2
So, as most of you know I'm getting close to releasing the sequel to this book, "The Real Thing: An Oaktown Story" on August 4th. Before this happens I wanted to make some updates to "Second Chances". So, I did. The updated version has more content from David's POV and a few minor changes and… Continue reading Second Chances – Updated Version Now on Smashwords!!!
If you follow my Instagram, you probably saw this post. My writing goal for July is to hit 20k words in my current project. I've already written a lot and 20k doesn't sound like a lot, but for me it is. Being a mom to little ones doesn't leave a lot of spare time. Plus… Continue reading Camp NanoWriMio
It can be very frustrating when you are reading a story with a good plot, but the characters are just cliché and unrealistic. As a reader, it may convince you to just give up on the book or the author all together. Our job as writers is to create a believable story with realistic characters. Now,… Continue reading Writing Advice: Building a Realistic Character