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)