Tag: writing tips

My Top 5 Tips for Writing w..

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Posted August 1, 2018
Uncategorized


On Making Time to Read (And..

I have a confession. I’m terrified to share this with you all, but I want to nonetheless. I haven’t been reading. Well, that’s not quite true–I’m reading a lot at work, since […]

Posted July 11, 2016
Reading


How Using Stickers Saved My..

I love following other writers on Twitter. It’s great to get to see other authors’ processes and methods for writing productivity. I’ve mentioned how Twitter can be useful for writers […]

Posted May 9, 2016
Productivity


Why You Need an Editor

I’m an editor. I don’t think that’s a secret. I thoroughly enjoy going through my work and the work of others, pointing out what could be improved, and strategizing how […]

Posted December 9, 2015
Editing

When You Need Your Own Pep ..

Last week, I wrote a post. This, in itself, is nothing unusual. The post was about NaNoWriMo. That also isn’t anything unusual. The unusual part, though, is that the other day, […]

Posted November 16, 2015
nanowrimo

Vlog: 4 NaNoWriMo Truths

NaNoWriMo is almost here! Let’s discuss, shall we? If you’re doing NaNoWriMo, we should be buddies!   RELATED LINKS: NaNoWriMo is Coming (vlog) Lovely Link-Up: NaNoWriMo Tips Why You Should […]

Posted October 31, 2015
vlogs

Vlog: 23 Things I’ve ..

In honor of turning 23 recently (two weeks ago!), here are 23 things I’ve learned about writing.    RELATED LINKS: My Writing Space (vlog) Plotting v. Pantsing (Google hangout) How […]

Posted June 30, 2015
vlogs

When to Stop Editing

Ah, the red pen—a staple of exemplary writing. Fiction writers, nonfiction writers, and poets alike utilize red pens to edit their work. If you don’t use a red pen, you’re […]

Posted May 5, 2015
Editing