A few weeks ago, I said I was taking the month off to focus on the family during the school closure. That was back when I thought school would only be closed for two weeks and we'd be back to our regularly scheduled programming by now. Ah. How young and naive I was then. *shakes … Continue reading Check In: How’s Your Quarantine Going?
Thank you to Kayla from Bloggers Collab (@bloggers_collab) on Twitter for helping me choose today's IWSG topic! NaNoWriMo is officially upon us. Between November 1st and 30th, over-caffeinated writers from all over the world will be hunched over their keyboards, reeking of sweat, tears, and determination, all engaged in this annual 'writeathon' with one single purpose … Continue reading How To Find Time to Write: Helpful Tips From Amazing Authors (#IWSG)
It's been said that the benefits of becoming a writer who doesn't read is that all your ideas are new and original; that everything you write is an extension of yourself rather than a mixture of you and other authors. No offense to whoever said that, but it is utter piffle. Piffle: A word I … Continue reading On Writing: 5 Reasons Why Readers Make Better Writers (#IWSG)