Reblog: What to Do When You Need Inspiration – My Top Tips by Weird Lifestyle

Aren’t there times that you feel your creative juices being in a lack? You try to think of your next topic, but nothing interesting comes to mind. As a creator, during those periods, you most possibly feel you are failing. Inspiration is what you need during those moments. But what can you do when you…What to … Continue reading Reblog: What to Do When You Need Inspiration – My Top Tips by Weird Lifestyle

Reblog: How to Build the Best Productive Morning Routine by Make Your Biz Fizz

Listen on Spotify. You know what it’s like. Your alarm blares and jerks you out of sleep and you realise you’ve overslept. You dash through your …How to Build the Best Productive Morning Routine All right, let’s be real. There are morning people and there are very not morning people. I don’t think there’s anything … Continue reading Reblog: How to Build the Best Productive Morning Routine by Make Your Biz Fizz

Reblog: The “Bread” and “Meat” of Writing by A Writer’s Path

It has taken me years and years of writing my own novels, stories and nonfiction, not to mention editing countless others’ manuscripts, to finally over time realize that there is such a thing as bread and meat in writing. What the hell am I talking about? Simple. I am constantly telling my book clients to […]The … Continue reading Reblog: The “Bread” and “Meat” of Writing by A Writer’s Path

Reblog: Showing – Not Telling Emotions by John W. Howell

Photo by Narupon Promvichai on Unsplash   Hi SEers. John here with you today. I’m going to further discuss the idea of giving characters life with …Showing – Not Telling Emotions Writers, we’ve all heard of the “show don’t tell” rule more times than we can count. We may think it’s overstated. We may get … Continue reading Reblog: Showing – Not Telling Emotions by John W. Howell

Reblog: Write What You Love VS What The Industry Wants? by Path To Publication

Welcome wonderful readers to another Path2pub debate! Topic: Should we writers pursuing traditional publication write books that we love, or what agents/editors are looking for on their wishlists? Should we write the books that excite us, or what is trending in the market? This topic came about after a few followers on Path2pub Twitter told […]Debate: … Continue reading Reblog: Write What You Love VS What The Industry Wants? by Path To Publication

Reblog: Silly Superstitions (A Short Story) by A Virginia Writer’s Diary

Addie had never put much stock in silly superstitions. They existed all around her, from her mother’s belief that you should enter and leave by the same door, to her father’s insistence that you must always leave one apple in the orchard at the end of a harvest. Even the local preacher, who steadfastly believed […]Silly … Continue reading Reblog: Silly Superstitions (A Short Story) by A Virginia Writer’s Diary

Reblog: Sensory Details in Writing by Goblin Opinions

In writing anything fiction—a short story, a novel, what have you—it is important to keep in mind the significance of utilizing sensory details for the benefit of the reader. Even if your plot is centered around something far outside the realm of perception—and please enlighten me if this is your plan—you’ll still want to try […]Sensory … Continue reading Reblog: Sensory Details in Writing by Goblin Opinions

Reblog: 9 Ideas to Get Inspiration or Beat Writer’s Block by A Writer’s Path

Inspiration is an integral part of the writing process, without it you are stuck. I don’t have a lot of problems with inspiration; it seems to overrun my mind. However, once I started a book with giant eagles (Shahira and the Flying Elfs) and was so busy with promoting my already published books that a […]9 … Continue reading Reblog: 9 Ideas to Get Inspiration or Beat Writer’s Block by A Writer’s Path

Reblog: The Benefits of a Blogging Break by Myths of the Mirror

I’m heading out to explore some volcanos. Life’s been pretty hectic these past few months as my parents’ health continues to decline and obligations pile up. I’m good at not sweating the small stuff, but not everything can be ignored forever. Blogging Breaks seem to work miracles for me in avoiding burnout and reinvigorating my […]The … Continue reading Reblog: The Benefits of a Blogging Break by Myths of the Mirror