Do you need a big reveal in your novel?

Photo by Jill Wellington on Pexels.com This post is a repost from my previous blog. This post was originally published in 2012. If you see anything weird or off, please let me know so I can fix it right away! So today we are going to talk about "that big secret" or "a bunch of…

9 Top Tips for Succeeding at Camp Nanowrimo.

writing in a notebook With Camp Nanowrimo (Camp National Novel Writing Month) underway, I thought I would share some top tips for succeeding at this month long endeavor. I've participated in Camp Nanowrimo on and off throughout the years and I think it's a really fun activity to participate in. I love that they expanded…

Writing Advice: How to Write Better Descriptive Dialogue.

This post was originally published on my original blog and contains snippets from old past writing of mine. Up until a couple months ago, I had this problem that plagued me ever since I started writing. Dialogue has been something I've always considered myself good at- not great- but good, but while I am good…

Are Evernote’s writing sheets helpful?

I discovered in high school Evernote after my Microsoft Office subscription combusted and I lost everything I had saved on my OneNote. Since then I've used Evernote on and off and find it useful for a variety of things. One of things I find interesting about the program is their templates for their notes. I…

Writing Tips: A Quick Guide on Plotholes

Photo by Alex Green on Pexels.com This is a repost from my old blog that I am working on transferring over and updating. If you notice any issues, feel free to reach out. If there's anything writers hate more then writer's block, it might actually be plot holes. Especially the ones that you never seem…