Are you a workaholic who doesn't know the term "finished"? I get it. As a freelance writer and blogger, I've learned that the harder you work, the more successful you will be. But even the best of us fall off our work grind sometimes. Whether we like it or not. “Success is the ability to … Continue reading 5 Tips To Avoid Writer’s Burn-Out
No matter what level you are as a writer, there is always room for improvement. The internet is saturated with tips on how to advance your writing skills. Some of them are legit, some of them want to sell you something, and all of them are redundant. I'm not saying mine are anything that hasn't … Continue reading 3 Ways To Instantly Improve Your Writing
What inspires you to write? Sometimes we call it the muse, and when you feel it, the words fly. This can be stories by other authors, but more than likely, it's something out there in the world that draws out your imagination and inspires you to write. I can make a list of things that … Continue reading Finding Inspiration During Writer’s Block
If you've ever attempted to write a high fantasy story, you may have encountered the dreaded experience of world building. Actually, there are many genres that require world building besides high fantasy, but this sticks out as being one of the largest genres where writers have trouble getting that perfect feeling for their world. I … Continue reading World Building For Beginners
With the dawn of a new year, one of my goals was to read more books. It's something I've always struggled with before I started taking antidepressants, but I found that as soon as I was medicated, I was able to concentrate better and retain more information. With this new development, I began devouring books … Continue reading Why Is Stephen King So Popular?