Words To Use In Your Writing This Year

I am a novelist and a poet. Sometimes, I am a short storyist too, but that is only on occasion. Each time I sit down to write, in the back of my mind are the words I am known to use way too often. Just like how I used to use the word 'sparkle' in … Continue reading Words To Use In Your Writing This Year

How Should Text Messages Be Written In Books?

How can we write timeless stories? How can we create stories people want to read over and over again that never seem to go out of style? One of my favorite authors, Sarah Dessen, strives for timeless stories by excluding modern inventions and technological advances from storyline. Other than her most recent addition of text … Continue reading How Should Text Messages Be Written In Books?

Infographics To Read Before You Write Your Next Book

Infographics provide an excitement and "newness" factor that a paper and pencil list simply can't exceed. Today, I will be sharing with you a carefully crafted list of infographics that writers should make a priority to read before they outline and write their next book. These infographics do not consist of the typical tossed tricks … Continue reading Infographics To Read Before You Write Your Next Book

The Best Vocabulary To Use While Writing A Thriller

October has come and gone, but its spookiness lives and thrives in published stories and novels throughout the other eleven months. Ghosts and goblins are never afraid to present themselves in the middle of February or through the nights of June. Each story genre comes with its own set of rules, standards, and writing technique. … Continue reading The Best Vocabulary To Use While Writing A Thriller