3 Hacks I’m Using To Save Time & Frustration

“Slow Down To Speed Up” -My Dad I heard this phrase a lot growing up. Mostly because my klutziness combined with my haste equalled lots of messes. Once I got into the world of marketing, I realized just how valuable this advice could be. An ounce or two of planning could make a project go […]

Tips for Using The Fiction Writer’s Ultimate Revision Workbook

You can dive right into The Fiction Writer’s Ultimate Revision Workbook– it’s designed to be pretty grab & go. But I have some helpful hints below to help you get the most out of it! Use the parts that work for you! This ain’t a paint-by-numbers picture. I packed everything from how to evaluate whether or not your theme […]

Midsummer Sonnet – An Instagram Poetry Challenge

The number of “poor sonnets” I’ve written is… not going to be numbered here. Mainly because I don’t know. Also because I like sonnets and I’m a little ashamed that I murder them so regularly. This Shakespearean sonnet on the other hand, I kinda like. One of my favorite InstaPoets @thedancingink put out a recent […]

Together – An Instagram Poetry Challenge

Recently, I’ve gone from being a bit of a skeptic about Instagram poetry to absolutely loving it! As I’ve begun finding “my people” instead of just following the big InstaPoets, the community has really begun making more sense to me and I’m so glad I stopped being so snobby (I’ll admit it!) and dived into […]

Learning To Say No

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Writing full time is the dream, right? When you’re a full-time writer, you can just block out all distractions and focus only on the words, the worlds you’re building out of nothing but paper and ink. But nothing is that simple. Now that I am home all day, I am having to learn new disciplines […]