What Animals Can Teach Us About Writing

What is your favorite animal? Does your preferred species fly, swim, hop, or walk? For me, I love different types of bears, such as polar bears, panda bears, and koala bears. I even love sloths, too. Animals can teach us about evolution, as well as the habits and routines of wildlife and nature. By tagging and tracking animals, humans are able to better understand how … Continue reading What Animals Can Teach Us About Writing

It’s Raining Hashtags: The Best Tags To Use For Your Niche

Photo sharing websites are for more than just sharing pet photos, your latest party’s tablescape, or the land of the place you recently traveled to. Instagram can be a perfect place to begin to expand and promote your business. Instagram captions are either going to be read or ignored. The power of your photo then lies within the hashtags. The more hashtags used, the more … Continue reading It’s Raining Hashtags: The Best Tags To Use For Your Niche

Blogger’s Block Solved: A Guide For Producing Compelling Content

Producing content as a blogger can be stressful. You will come face to face with lulls of little inspiration and traverse deserts of wondering if all of this is worth it. I can assure you that it is. All good things take time and can pull monumental effort from within us. Outlined in this blog post are websites, resources, titling tips, and topics to try. … Continue reading Blogger’s Block Solved: A Guide For Producing Compelling Content

Infographics To Read Before Writing Pt. 2

Reading is great for the mind and learning new vocabulary. For writers, there are multiple benefits and advantages reading can offer. To start, reading a vast number of novels can sharpen writing skills, such as plot development, characterization, conflict follow through, and more. Other resources and textual media can be of benefit to a writer. Reading a few infographics every now and again is a … Continue reading Infographics To Read Before Writing Pt. 2

The Best Articles & Takeaways From The Writer’s Chronicle Magazine

There are many writing magazines a literature enthusiast can subscribe to. One type of writing magazine I enjoy is The Writer’s Chronicle, a publication packed with publishing opportunities, interviews, tips, discussions, ideas, and more. I managed to get my hands on ten copies of The Writer’s Chronicle which gave me a taste of the amazing content this magazine offers. I read each one and below … Continue reading The Best Articles & Takeaways From The Writer’s Chronicle Magazine

The Best TedTalks All Writers Must Watch

I first started watching TedTalks when my high school teachers began introducing them as classroom material. They accompanied lessons that took place inside my English classes and psychology courses. Each TedTalk speech added a fascinating perspective to that day’s classroom lesson. TedTalk tosses boring videos and discussion topics out the window. TedTalk presents conversations worth engaging in and offers each audience member with an opportunity … Continue reading The Best TedTalks All Writers Must Watch

Writing Prompts To Aid Depression & Anxiety

During my second semester of my junior year at college, I had the opportunity to pursue a semester-long independent project. One of my courses allowed me to explore the world a bit further, specifically within the literary world and through a mental health lens. The project I created was a perusal of other colleges and universities within the United States, analyzing how well or not-so-well … Continue reading Writing Prompts To Aid Depression & Anxiety

Placed On A Pedestal, The Number One

One. The number that means more than nothing, but less than two, three, four, five… It is the number that changes meaning depending on its context. Many want more than one of their favorite thing. Two flowers is always more beautiful, two bars of Twix is always more sweeter, two hours of sleep is always more plentiful, and two rings is always more shiny. In … Continue reading Placed On A Pedestal, The Number One

Encouraging The Heart, Mind, and Pen Through Author Advice

When things turn rough it is human nature to face those who inspire us. Who empower us. We put our trust and faith in them to help lead and guide to something better and brighter. When the pages stop turning, the words end their dry trickle, we rely on the best of the best to help pull and tug the emotions out from us again. … Continue reading Encouraging The Heart, Mind, and Pen Through Author Advice

13 Writing Questions: Asked & Answered

Composed in this blog post are thirteen frequently asked questions in which I have been asked personally, have witnessed others ask, or have unveiled during research. Taking each question, I answered each one based off careful consideration and my own writing experiences. Frequently asked questions are common amongst many subjects. From cooking to clay sculpting, sewing, scrapbooking, and more. Even writing has its own list … Continue reading 13 Writing Questions: Asked & Answered