I have had the idea that creativity just comes to you for a very long time. However, I'm starting to realize that isn't true. I'm not looking to offend or put those "find your muse" people up in arms, but if every known author, musician, and artist waited for their muse.....Nothing amazing would ever be … Continue reading Forcing Creativity
I always struggled with making requests. I never wanted to be a burden on others or be considered demanding. However, I've noticed things passing me by and my needs not being met. So, I had to learn how to ask for my needs to be met. Whether it be about having time alone to write … Continue reading How To Ask for What You Need
Writers Block. That evil thing that prevents one from moving forward on a work in progress (WIP). And I have it bad. I can't get past this point in my WIP because I have a lack of connection with the characters. FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER. My characters are alluding me. It's as if they … Continue reading Dare I Say it?
I just published an article about my 2019 goals. I had mentioned that I was only setting a few goals for the year to make it manageable. However, I believe it is important to set mini goals each month as well. I believe working towards new goals no matter how small is how we grow … Continue reading January Goals
I want to start this week's Individual of the Week interview off by saying that this young woman is one of my favorites. She has gotten me through some hard stuff just by her comments, communication with me, and her wonderful book Basket Case. Please check her out as she is a lovely young woman … Continue reading Individual of the Week- Lexi
Starting off, introduce yourself to us. Tell us your name, job, and two fun facts about yourself. Hi, I’m Tilly! I work for a small marketing agency in Bradford-on-Avon (Wiltshire) as a digital marketing executive. I also try and blog when I can as it helps to keep me sane. Facts about me: … Continue reading Individual of the Week-Tilly
First, Let's talk about what NaNoWriMo is. It is National Novel Writing Month. It is a month that writers try to write 50,000 words. It is the month of November. For me, it means frantically writing anywhere and anyway I can. Now, Let's talk about what I've learned. I've learned that first drafts are meant to be … Continue reading What I have learned from NaNoWriMo
Have you ever read paranormal romance? Have you read an anthology? No? Let me introduce you to your first! You have? Guess what! This is your next new read. The authors of A Guide to Claiming a Scaredy Cat worked extremely hard and were so much fun to be involved with. Read an interview with … Continue reading A Guide to Claiming a Scaredy Cat
The Rules: Give thanks Write a post for the award How did your blog start? Give some advice Nominate other bloggers Comment and share the reward Thank you SO much!!!!The fact that I was thought about while someone was writing their blog recognition award post (Lee Bowden) has quite literally made my day! But I … Continue reading Blogger Recognition Award
We find inspiration in different places. Lately, I've been really working hard on being able to be consistent with the blog. I've been trying to be super consistent with producing three articles a week. I've been trying to promote the articles every day. Schedule articles in advance. But where do you find the inspiration to … Continue reading Inspiration..