Self-Care for Healthy Writers

Self-Care for Healthy Writers

Many people think of writing as an easy job. Stare out the window. Sip your coffee. Type out a fabulous scene. And there’s some truth to that! Writing can be really enjoyable. I’d never do it if that weren’t the case. But there are some … Continue Reading →
50 Fight Scene Writing Prompts and Ideas

50 Fight Scene Writing Prompts and Ideas

Hi, friends! It’s been a while since I did a writing prompts post, so I thought I’d do one that could be useful to writers of thrillers, crime novels, fantasy novels, and even romance and science fiction novels with strong action elements. If you’re new … Continue Reading →
WIP Wednesday — Share What YOU Are Up To!

WIP Wednesday — Share What YOU Are Up To!

Happy October! How’s everyone doing? Historically, October has always been my favorite season of the year. Now that I’m in California, October is still summer, but I’m still drinking pumpkin spice lattes. For anyone new to the blog: on the first Wednesday of every month, … Continue Reading →
How To Describe Settings – and Why It Matters

How To Describe Settings – and Why It Matters

Writing descriptively scenery and surroundings comes more naturally to some writers than others. If you’re wondering why your novel is too short or moving too fast, that’s sometimes due to a lack of character development or to the plot itself. Sometimes, though, it’s caused by … Continue Reading →