Writing

my top WRITING WEBSITES // online tools to fuel your writing

Writing is pretty darn simple.

Think about it. You don’t need any tools to write. You don’t have to learn a skill or buy fancy equipment or drive anywhere to do it. All you need is a pencil, paper, and your own imagination.

Sometimes, though, writing tools are awesome – and I’m not talking physical things like those fancy erasers or tablet computers. Knowledge is the name of the game when it comes to creating, and every now and again it’s nice to have some outside help. There are plenty of websites to help with this, and I’m going to show you a few of my personal favorites!

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Blogging, Inspiration, Writing

How To Find Blogging & Writing Inspiration – Turning Real Life Into Brilliant Ideas!

The most commonly asked question to authors and bloggers is ‘Where do you find your inspiration?’

I have always answered something along the lines of ‘I don’t know, everywhere,‘ or ‘the world around me.’ But I know my readers. You expect more than that lame cop-out answer, don’t you? You certainly deserve more than that.

With April’s Camp Nanowrimo sneaking around the corner, a lot of us writers are scrambling for that perfect idea, or just an idea in general.* And not to mention, planning for all those days you need to schedule posts while you’re writing…

Don’t freak out! Sure, it’s a lot we’re about to dive into this month, but you can come up with awesome ideas before April 1st, both for your blog posts and your novel. Don’t believe me?

You can, and you will.


*you know, because i have no clue what i’m doing 99% of the time

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Writing

Getting Started With Editing Your NaNoWriMo Novel

NoWriMo ended a month ago. We spent December recovering from all the sanity we just lost; a month of thankfulness and joy for all the things we no longer have to do, like writing 1667 words per day and pulling out hair.

But, guess what? It’s January, and that means it’s time to sit back down at the desk and read your draft over again before making those first few edits.

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