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!
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!
All of my systems have had a complete overhaul after I discovered Notion at the beginning of the year. After many months of working and fine tuning, I’ve finally settled into a Notion setup that works for me and my writing.
The first line is important, so I’m taking a look at the opening lines for twenty-five of the most popular fantasy novels.
I mentioned these last year but I think they happen to be pretty good tips, so I’ve recapped them here for your writing convenience.
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.
Writing a mystery is unlike pretty much any other sort of writing – it really is like a puzzle and it can be hard. Here are five tips that might help.
It’s the end of NaNoWriMo 2019, and here is my final tip for the month.
There is only a week left of NaNoWriMo, and while I might have thrown in the towel this year, I still have some tips to share! Sometimes focusing on the number of words does more harm than good, so I have a few ideas to keep you focused on what really matters.
We’re at the halfway mark now, and it’s both exciting and a little stress-inducing. But it’s all downhill from here. You can do it! Here’s another tip to keep you going.