I’ve made it pretty clear that I hope to be a published author, but there’s a lot more that goes into that than simply writing a book. Or maybe I’m overthinking things.
Last year was chaotic and it was impossible to settle into a routine, but now that I’m settling into a more ‘routine’ life, I find my writing habits are lacking.
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.
Creativity is a lie and ideas are cheap. Welcome to a Brave New World.
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.
Now that my digital notebook experiment is finally over, I can crack into a new notebook and get my bujo spreads ready for the new year! Here’s a look at my bullet journal for 2020.
A year is a long time, and while it can be hard to see how much you’ve progressed from day to day, when you take a look at all that you’ve done in a year, you’ve probably done a lot more than you think! Here’s a look back at my 2019!
I love notebooks, and frequently give them as gifts. I think they’re perfect for pretty much everyone, and have so many potential uses. So I made a massive list of 52 ways to fill an empty notebook just to prove how versatile they are.
The experiment is over! After eight weeks of using a tablet as a digital notebook, I’ve decided if there will be a digital notebook in my future.
It’s the end of NaNoWriMo 2019, and here is my final tip for the month.