5 Awesome Ways to Outline Your Novel

There are plenty of ways to outline your novel, but if you’re just starting out, you may want something quick and easy. Here are some examples of five great ones to get you going. Check out my video to learn how each one benefits you! The General Outline Example: Scene 2:  School Dance/Interior Setting:  In gymnasium of Hana’s School. Characters:  Hana, Greg, and Cameron Plot: … Continue reading 5 Awesome Ways to Outline Your Novel

The Beauty of Magic

Oh, sweet, J.K. Rowling. Thank you for the gift that is Harry Potter. It has birth so much joy since its creation. The best one being the fan-fiction dedicated to the series. While I respect the events written in the books by Rowling are canon, I refuse to accept them. This can get scary, so I won’t go too into it, but Hermione ad Draco … Continue reading The Beauty of Magic

Once More, But With Meaning

Like any and every one else, I wondered what my voaction is while here on our planet. As any normal human being, it took me some time to realize it’s been right in my face the whole time. I’ve always wanted to be a writer, even before it struck me I was doing it. It wasn’t until I realized i could actually make a career … Continue reading Once More, But With Meaning

Literacy Lunacy: Amelia Atwater-Rhodes’s Demon In My View

Okay, so this book is likely the one that got me into writing. Truthfully, it’s been so long, I don’t remember how this book came into my possession. What I do remember is how much I loved it back then. It introduced me to the amazing (and occasionally painful) world of being a writer… and vampires. After reading Demon In My View, I did everything … Continue reading Literacy Lunacy: Amelia Atwater-Rhodes’s Demon In My View

Literacy Lunacy: J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter & the Cursed Child

First and foremost, HAPPY NEW YEAR! May your last night of 2016 end better than the rest of the year. I’ve managed to read two books since my previous post, the latter of the two taking quite some time to finish. Luckily, the former was the latest (possibly the last?) installment of the Harry Potter Series. If you haven’t read it, be prepared because this … Continue reading Literacy Lunacy: J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter & the Cursed Child

JuNoWriMo Update: Week One

I’m going to keep this post short. Today completes my first week of JuNoWriMo, run by Becca J. Campbell, author of The Flawed Series. As of today, I’m happy to say that I have made some pretty great progress! If you’ve done NaNoWriMo in the past then you are familiar with out it works. The difference and fun part is that all participants can either start a … Continue reading JuNoWriMo Update: Week One

A Little Game of Catch Up

No, I’m not dead. Forgive the spurt of posts then my sudden disappearance. School got the best of me, my philosophy class mainly, and my brain could only handle so much at once. This month felt like absolute mayhem. With classes coming to a close, I had essays, tests, and finals, piling one on top of the other along with our baby shower and us preparing for … Continue reading A Little Game of Catch Up