Easter-Egg Writing Tag

Hey, everybody! To celebrate Easter, I've decided to do my own Easter-Egg Writing Tag! I'll tag anybody who wants to join in on these character questions! Rules: -link back to this original post -tag some other writers (as many as you like) -let's keep it clean 🙂 Let's get started--have fun! Which Character Believed the... Continue Reading →

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How to Pick a Story Idea

So, you've already got loads of ideas, you're super pumped to write...But, which one? Many writers struggle to choose between their ideas, and then end up writing nothing at all! It's important to choose and get writing, so here are three questions to help you out! What's the Most Developed? Take a look at your... Continue Reading →

What Should I Write About?

A lot of people struggle with this. I have the drive to write, I've learned a bunch of writing techniques, I've made room in my schedule...But what should I write about? Getting a story idea is kind of important for writing a story, so I'm here to give you 5 tips for coming up with... Continue Reading →

A Bit Of A Change

Hey, everybody! I’m making a slight change to this blog. I’m still going to post lots of writerly advice and experiences, but I’ve decided to broaden things up a little! I’ll be posting some book reviews I really want to share, doing more writing and reading tags, and overall just adding a bit more variety... Continue Reading →

Why You Should Write Book Reviews

A lot of the time, we don’t think to stop and write a book review when we’ve finished reading—I didn’t use to—but, there are many good reasons to do so! Let’a jump right in and talk about them! They Really Help Authors’ Rankings Reviews are very important for authors! They help boost the rankings of... Continue Reading →

Subplots

Subplots are plots in a story that are separate from the main plot. They add character development and get the reader more invested in the story. Subplots are what can make your readers cry like babies, or punch the air in victory. Relatability Subplots give the reader more connection to the story and characters because... Continue Reading →

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