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!
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.
A year for the history books has finally come to an end, but I’m going to take a little look back to see what I’ve done and what I’ve learned throughout the craziest year of my life.
It’s traditionally a faux pas to harshly review the books of fellow authors in your genre, and I felt like discussing why that might not be a great idea.
A lackluster end to Camp NaNoWriMo, but at least I learned a few things about my mself.
We are about half way through the month now, and I’m realizing as I wade through all of my notes that I am possibly in over my head.
Days 1 to 7 of July Camp are over so let’s take a look at how much (or how little) I managed to do in the first week of Camp NaNoWriMo!
Writing is hard. And despite being an avid consumer of fantasy fiction, crafting a magic system of my own has presented me with some difficulties.