Your fingers hover over the keyboard. You know what you should do, but you can’t bring yourself to do it. Ah, yes: Editing. The dreaded word. Don’t feel bad: it’s true for every author. No one’s thoughts and ideas appear on paper the exact way we imagine. Especially in environments (your ENG II… Continue reading E-D-I-T-I-N-G
Hello, everyone! So, as you might know already, I'm a huge fan of Isabella Morgenthal (and her book, I Dare You). It was so awesome to get to interview her--thanks, Bella! I hope you all enjoy this and her very wise advice 🙂 To date, how many books have you written? Well, as of right now I’ve… Continue reading Advice from a Writer: Interview with Isabella Morganthal
Hello, everyone! I'm back. Right here is a bit more of a "How to WRITE a character like Anna Karenina"...but of course if you want to be like her, pay attention to #2. Attention, all writers!
Rejection. It's perhaps the most hated, and most common, part of writing. After rejection, it's easy to feel bitter and give up. But here are three reasons why rejection is actually better than success!
The "the greatest make-believe villain to come along since Hannibal Lecter". Of course you don't want to be like her, but click for tips on how to make a character like her.