The last part of my short story “Invisible.” Rushed and barely edited, but ended once and for all.
Looking for, applying to, and going to school is scary! These gifs are not! Bonus homeschool POV for all the homeschoolers planning on obtaining a college degree from a fellow weirdo.
Write what you know. We’ve all heard it from someone well-meaning but, let’s face it, completely stupid if they’re giving you that advice. How about writing what you like, hmm? Maybe even writing something that you love?
An author interview with fellow writer Anna Kander. If you’re looking for a new read, enjoy poetry, women writers, or you are simply an incredibly nosy person with nothing else to do, read ahead to learn about this wonderful woman and her writing journey.
What makes a relatable character relatable? Within are a few tips on how to write a believable character for all types of people while also staying believable.
YA books are awesome and you should definitely read them! YA books are horrible and you should be ashamed of yourself for reading them. Or, is a book simply a book? Within this article, I give you 5 reasons to love this newer genre and 5 reasons to absolutely hate it.
Self-publishing seems to be the way of the writer... or is it? In this blog post I share a few reasons why self-publishing may not be the time and money saver many believe it to be.