Finding Time To Write

All of us have busy lives. Full-time jobs, family, and school are some common ones, but there are many more. How can we find the time to write when we have so much going on in our lives? Track How You Spend Your Time The first step is to track how you spend your time. … Continue reading Finding Time To Write

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Attention Writers! Have You Defined Your Personal Brand? By J.L. Willing

This is yet another post by one of my Coffee House Writer friends. This one is important on how to define and build your author brand. You can find the full article with this link. I hope you find it helpful! Attention Writers! Have You Defined Your Personal Brand? By J.L. Willing I know what … Continue reading Attention Writers! Have You Defined Your Personal Brand? By J.L. Willing

How To Get Your Creativity Back On Track

A lot of people in the writing-focused Facebook groups I am in have been saying they're depressed and don't feel like writing. They ask how they can get their creativity back on track. What I find is that the advice one person gives wouldn't necessarily work for another person. This is true of most advice … Continue reading How To Get Your Creativity Back On Track

Character Creation: Why Is It Important And How Can You Do It?

This is another post from Coffee House Writers published yesterday. It's what I've discovered about character creation over the past few weeks. I hope you enjoy it! You can find the full article here. Character Creation: Why Is It Important And How Can You Do It? There are two main parts to every story: internal … Continue reading Character Creation: Why Is It Important And How Can You Do It?

Starting Over: Mirroring Kristin Cashore’s Process of Writing “Bitterblue”

Hello everyone! This is a link to my post on Coffee House Writers. The link to the full article is here. It is about the editing process I will be using for the first draft of the novel I finished last month. I hope you like it! Feel free to comment either here on this … Continue reading Starting Over: Mirroring Kristin Cashore’s Process of Writing “Bitterblue”