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 →

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 →

4 Tips For Writing About Mental Health

Hey, everybody! Mental health issues impact a lot of people, and it’s important to represent them accurately in fiction. Here are some tips to help you write about mental health—let’s get started! Motivation What’s your motivation for writing about mental health issues? Is it to eliminate stigmas? Provide clarity? Be realistic to your characters and... Continue Reading →

How to Create Your Writing Playlist

Hey, everybody! Wondering how to create the perfect playlist for when you write? This is how I create mine! Multiple Playlists I don’t just have one playlist when I write—I make a bunch! I have playlists for various scenes and emotions. I have an angry playlist, a sad playlist, a combat playlist, a victory playlist,... Continue Reading →

Why It’s Important to Read as a Writer

I’m sure you hear that writers need to read all the time—but why? Let’s get into the details! Input You can’t have good output without any good input. You won’t be able to write well if you don’t read well! Reading shows you how to form sentences, how stories are structured, how characters develop, what... Continue Reading →

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