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Overcoming Self-Doubt

So I’m just past the halfway mark of NaNoWriMo, and I wanted to do something a little different. I honestly wasn’t sure what I was going to write about this week until a couple of nights ago, when I watched a YouTube video of Lili Reinhart (Betty Cooper on The CW’s… 516 more words


What I Wish Someone Would Have Told Me About NaNoWriMo

It’s the most wonderful time of the year — NaNoWriMo! (I honestly do think it’s the best time of the year, though! I love how I get to write a novel and celebrate Thanksgiving and then crank up the Christmas jams) 534 more words


Woot! My First Screen Recording: The Last Minute Boarder, Chapter 6 Scene 2

I created this audio screen recording on June 11, 2018 while working on The Last Minute Boarder (yes, I do have “the” in the title–you’ll understand that reference when you watch the screen shot), chapter 6 scene 2. 94 more words

Mystery Scenes And Chapters

Writing Tip: Allow Your Book To Evolve

When writing your book just know that your book WILL change.

Perhaps not a ton, perhaps only a little, or perhaps it will be a completely different book than the one you intended on writing in the first place, but one way or another, your book will evolve over time. 291 more words


The End in Sight

So far so good. I’m on track to finish this chapter either tonight or tomorrow. Then I’ll be ready to jump right into the next one. 222 more words