Fantastic Friday!

Hello World! This week has been amazing for me and I wanted to update y'all on my writing progress! I was stuck in this post college graduation funk that also gave me a hard-core case of writer's block. Writer's block is the absolute worst but I was able to fight it off and get about … Continue reading Fantastic Friday!

Writing Life: Computer Vs. Notebook

Hello World! It is a beautiful day today and I have been chugging through Camp NaNoWriMo! Worlds Apart is coming together and it feels so good to get so much work done on a novel that I love so much. Today's post is a little writing life post that will be dedicated to the age … Continue reading Writing Life: Computer Vs. Notebook

Camp NaNoWriMo Plans!

Hello World! I am officially announcing that I will be participating in this year's Camp NaNoWriMo that starts in 10 days! Camp NaNoWrimo is hosted by the same team that hosts the National Novel Writing Month every November, the only difference is that Camp NaNoWriMo is hosted in April! The goal of participating in these … Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo Plans!

A Few Things for World Building

Hello There! Creating a world for your novel can seem like quite the daunting task. A world has so many different parts that need to work together in order to help breathe life into the novel. I am going to list certain things you need to keep in mind when it comes to world building … Continue reading A Few Things for World Building

My National Park Adventure~

Hello there! It has been over a week since I last posted and that is because I spent a week at Big Bend National Park in South Texas! There is no internet and barely any cell phone service down there so it was a way that I could focus on nature, family, and my writing! … Continue reading My National Park Adventure~

Fighting Writer’s Block

Hello There! I am writing about how to combat writer's block! I fell behind on my writing recently because of writer's block but I was able to defeat the monster! Now I am going to share some tips and tricks that I used to combat writer's block so you don't fall behind during your writing … Continue reading Fighting Writer’s Block

Meeting that Wordcount~

Hello There! NaNoWriMo recommends writing 1,667 words a day to meet your goals at the end of the month. Personally, I have tendency to write 3-4,000 words in one sitting on certain days. I have a hard time following a definite writing schedule but I know that if I at least try to write for … Continue reading Meeting that Wordcount~