Anxious People offers uncanny insight into what it means to be an anxious human. A must read for 2020.
If you’ve attempted to write a fiction novel, you’ll know world building is challenging! Especially when it comes to fiction genres such as fantasy and sci-fi where reader expectation is high (along with your stress-levels).
Today we’ll be looking at a few elements of worldbuilding to consider as you write or revise your novel.
From the author of The Tattooist of Auschwitz comes Cilka’s Journey. The much anticipated sequel, a testament to human survival.
If you’re really wanting to grow writing skill, some self-editing is necessary. It helps you learn and develop as a writer. Today I’ll be sharing a few editing tricks and tips to help you with your writing.
A timely, young adult romance that examines religion, race and fitting in. In The Neighborhood of True is a beautiful and thought-provoking read.
July is here. With it comes camp NaNoWriMo. Get inspired and learn my top 5 tips to get the most out of your camp.
Looking for a heartfelt YA contemporary with a little time travel thrown in? Opposite of Always has you covered.
One of my most popular posts on my blog has been 5 Tips For How To Read More. Today’s post revisits the ideas from that post and encourages us to not just read more, but to read broadly.
A paranormal mystery romance filled with heart and tragedy.
Today I’m partnering with Rebecca Crunden to review her standalone book Haze.
Often when we think of biography we think of the rich and famous. But biographies can be a meaningful way for people to leave a lasting legacy for loved ones. If you’ve been thinking of beginning a biography project, here are a few helpful tips for navigating your biography project.