Don't forget to check out my new fantasy novella, a short, fun read that will keep you on the edge of your seat! Did I mention there are dragons? How many pictures do you have on your phone? Seriously, go take a look! I have thousands. I keep telling myself that I'm going to go … Continue reading Why Writers Should Also Be Photographers
Get out of the house. Seriously.
If you weren't a homebody before the pandemic, chances are you're probably one now. Personally, I've always loved being at home, which is very much connected to the fact that I'm an introvert. At home, I can just be in my quiet little bubble. Everything is familiar and safe, and I have few worries. I … Continue reading Get out of the house. Seriously.
How to Battle Imposter Syndrome
We all know that little voice, the one that interrupts us while we're in the middle of a perfectly good scene (thank you very much) and whispers, "This is complete rubbish. What are you doing? You can't finish this, and no one would want to read it even if you did! Who do you think … Continue reading How to Battle Imposter Syndrome
The Art of Never Giving Up
Writing a novel is hard. We probably all know this, and yet, many of us set out to accomplish this mighty feat. Isn't it amazing? But when you're in the middle of writing a book, sometimes it doesn't feel so amazing. I've been on a rollercoaster with my WIP, "Project Pea," over the past 15 … Continue reading The Art of Never Giving Up
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