Hello again, readers! Today I am sharing the first post in a blogging series I'm doing about outlining your novel. Today I'm covering the topic: should I outline? This is for all the pantsers (people who don't outline) who are reading this. (Yes, that does include me.) We typically find ourselves not outlining because we … Continue reading Should I Outline my Novel?
Hello readers, I have some exciting news for you today! I've finally reached a goal I've been trying to reach for a long time! I. Have. Officially. Reached. 100 SUBSCRIBERS!!! Isn't that just amazing?! I have no idea if you all are as excited as I am right now, but I just have to say … Continue reading I’ve Officially Reached 100 Subscribers! (Plus Blog News)
Hello readers, today I have a special announcement for you that you probably weren’t expecting. I’m hosting a short story contest! I’m super excited about this, and I’ve been thinking about it for a while now. Now it’s happening! I think this will be lots of fun. So, what kind of short story contest is … Continue reading Short Story Contest!!!
Hello, readers! It's been a while since I've posted, and I'm sorry for that. But I'm back now with another article for you: How to Create Strong Villain Motivations for your Story. This post is one that I wrote for Kaley Kriesel's Words Blog Tour this week. I would highly recommend checking out her blog … Continue reading How to Create Strong Villain Motivations for your Story: Words Tour Stop #10
Hey everyone! It's been a while since I've posted, so I apologize for that. However, I have returned with a short story for you, written by my friend, Samantha Mullenhour. Samantha is a super awesome friend of mine, and she wrote a story called The Ticking Contraption which is absolutely AMAZING! I thought I'd share … Continue reading Short Story by Samantha Mullenhour
Hello readers! A couple of weeks ago, my little brother, Caleb, posted another one of his fan fiction stories, Thunderstorm. He just finished part two of the story, so you can all read some more fiction by Caleb! If you haven't read the first part of his story yet, I would recommend doing so. Please … Continue reading More Fiction Written by Caleb: Thunderstorm, Part 2
Hey everyone! I have finally gotten around to posting my third fiction short story for teens, The Child of the Lenorans. This story is a short fantasy suspense fiction for teens that I wrote on the spur of the moment. In this short story, I experimented with switching between two different voices, first and third … Continue reading Fiction Short Story for Teens – March
I have known so many writers, including myself, who struggle with writer's block. As a writer, being in a position where you can't think of anything to write about is not exactly a good thing. I have gone through this problem, too, and it's not fun. You get frustrated, tired of trying to come up … Continue reading Writer’s Block and How to Overcome It
Hello everyone! This week I will share some more fiction by Caleb, my little brother. Some of you may have read his last story, Poppleton's New House. Caleb is now coming back to us with another fan fiction, this time about the Disney Pixar movie, Cars. Caleb has always loved cars, so when he was … Continue reading More Fiction Written by Caleb: Thunderstorm, Part 1
Hey everyone! I have officially been tagged in a blogger tag challenge, the Bookworm Blog Tag! I am super excited about this, as I have never participated in any blog tags before, let alone one a bookworm blog tag! And thanks to Joelle at Sword of the Penmaiden for tagging me! So let's get started … Continue reading The Bookworm’s Tag