It’s the official month of NaNoWriMo prep! I’ve got a bunch of resources here to help you get you started and a bit of an update on how I’m going to be approaching NaNoWriMo this year!
Notion is a really powerful tool with tons of features, but is it for everyone? I decided to go through the pros (and some of the cons), to help you decide if Notion is right for you.
A deep dive into how my worldbuilding brainstorming works, how I like to build my fantasy worlds, and how I think you can world build more effectively. With a free printable template!
Starting a blog is always appealing because there is such a low barrier to entry. I know it can quickly get expensive too, so I’ve put together a list of all the free and inexpensive resources I’ve found to help you start your own blog.
I can’t be the only one who needs a bit of a soundtrack to help me focus when I’m working. And who doesn’t want to feel like their working on the deck of a Star Destroyer or in the library at Hogwarts?
When I first found out about NaNoWriMo, I had no plan and no idea what to write. These plot generators should help you avoid that.
Today we’re taking a deeper look into my creative process. It’s taken me a number of years but I’ve found a method of outlining that works for me and it’s really not that complicated.
A small curated list of five very different resources for every worldbuilder, beginner or advanced!
Camp NaNoWriMo is only a few weeks away! Here are my top five writing apps to get you writing next month!