Pain doesn’t mean you are doing something wrong; it means you are living. Bad things happen and not always because you did something to ‘earn’ it. Continue reading “The Mysteries of Suffering and Pain”
We just want to share our passion with the world and find people who like it… Continue reading Rob Gets Real
Do you ever feel like you obsess in the smallest things ?
It’s like we’ve put on a pair of microscope glasses. Continue reading Microscope Glasses
Superstitions. Myths. Urban Legends. Life is full of them. How did they come to be? Check out this Ted-Ed video from Stuart Vyse about where superstitions come from. As fiction writers how do we use these ideas to build credible superstitions, myths, etc into our narratives, especially since it is so ingrained in our cultures and would thus probably be a part of whatever fictional … Continue reading Myth building and Superstitions
I just wanted to share this review of my first draft for The Department for Mutated Persons. It’s 1984 meets X-Men! To read it for yourself, you can check on this blog OR go to Wattpad. Also, if you write a review, share it with me! Continue reading Department for Mutated Persons – Reviews
As a writer – especially for fiction – I sometimes wonder if an explanation of a person’s nonverbal cues will be universal to everyone. This fascinating Ted-Ed talk from Sophie Zadeh studies this very subject. Continue reading Are there universal expressions of emotion?
Reedsy offers tools to get your book out in the wild, which is the endgame for most people writing a book, no? Here’s a quick, 5-minute video that will walk you through the various tools that can help you make a book for FREE through their site. Also if you are interested in just learning more about self-publishing, book creation, or writing in general, you … Continue reading How to Make a Book for Free with Reedsy
And for a comprehensive blog on this topic, visit reedsy’s website ! Continue reading How to Create a Book Outline in 3 Steps – Reedsy
It’s 8:45pm, my daughter is asleep, and I’m staring at my laptop screen wondering if I can muster the courage to type some words into a scene. My current WIP (work in progress for the uninitiated) needs “more”, and I’m sitting here wondering if I will fall asleep before I can make something of a scene that I had a hard first run-through. Continue reading “Juggling Life’s Loves”
Sometimes a writer needs tools to get the job done. If anything, tools can make the hard work of writing a novel, essay, or piece of content that much easier. I’ve thought about some of the tools I use, and I’ve come up with 4 helpful tools that writers can get now that will help them in the long run.
Also, if you have tools that are useful to you, share below in the comments! I’m always on the lookout for a new trick to make writing that much smoother. Continue reading “4 Helpful Tools Writers Should Get Now!”