Why Historical Fiction Matters (to me)

Cliches. There are so many cliches that come to mind when you’re trying to figure out how to start a blog post about writing (in general). It falls under that “nothing new under the sun” mantra. It’s like comparing every scifi show or book you read to the “Big Three” of the genre – StarContinue reading “Why Historical Fiction Matters (to me)”

Why I Gave Up On Wattpad

Community. It’s something I think every writer seeks to be a part of whether they want to admit it or not. We crave reviewers, feedback and opinions from others who may be more experienced in the field even though we may disagree with it at the same time. That’s why a place like Wattpad seemsContinue reading “Why I Gave Up On Wattpad”

On History and Etymology

In order to write a historical novel, it can be helpful to know more history than what is happening as a whole rather than just in your own novel’s settings – why people think how they think, how they speak and what events they know. All can help shape a character’s actions. #shortwritetip

Pros and Cons of Writing

I threw that wish in the well, and you know for sure I will tell cuz I am ready for this and nothing’s in my way… Did I really just rewrite the first two lines of Carly Rae Jepson’s Call Me Maybe song to begin this blog post? I believe I did, but the writerContinue reading “Pros and Cons of Writing”