The hardest thing about writing a book is actually writing the thing.
I posted this on Twitter and Instagram, but I realised I hadn’t posted it here. Again, I want full transparency for my actions, past and present.
One of the first things you need to know about writing a novel is how long it’s going to be. You can use conventions as a general guide (for instance, romance is anywhere from 50,000-90,000 words long, and YA is about the same). But you need to know how many words your book is going to be so that you can plan it accordingly.
You’ve probably heard a lot of people say various things about what your book needs to keep people invested. Things like, “write dynamic characters,” “have
Save the girl, take down the murderous pack who killed her father, and try to woo the love of her life. Should be easy, right?
I am so excited to share with you the first teaser for my new book Daughter Of The Valley, book #1 in the Moon Cycle
Starting a book is often the hardest part for me (aside from the long slog of actually writing the thing). I might have a host
Ways I get inspiration One of the things that I hear a lot of authors talking about is that they have trouble finding inspiration. They
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