Life · Writing

Revealing Backstory (Struggle & Excitement!) | MWJ

I have a test reader who is my most honest reader and sometimes that honesty is a little hard to bear. WHICH IS WHY I AM SO GRATEFUL FOR HER! In fact, that's why I'm grateful for all of my readers. Having perspective is key when writing a story, and I'm working on a series. … Continue reading Revealing Backstory (Struggle & Excitement!) | MWJ

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Treat Your Chapters Like The First Chapter | Novel Talk

I've missed discussing writing on here, I needed a break. 🙂 But I am back to talk about writing.  Basically, MAKE AN IMPACT! I am a writer who loves.....LOVES cliffhanger endings to chapters. I know I'm not the only one. In fact, that probably should be a separate post on its own, so, to stop… Continue reading Treat Your Chapters Like The First Chapter | Novel Talk

Life · Writing

Swamp Thing | Stories Inspired By Life

Had I really gone that long without washing my hair? My hands limply lift up strands of my straight brown hair, which due to its natural oiliness, looked extremely dark brown. "Did you dye your hair," my friend once asked me after meeting me shortly after a day of shampooing. "Nope," I smile with a… Continue reading Swamp Thing | Stories Inspired By Life

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How To Identify Spam Comments & Not Sound Like Spam

Spam comments, if not obvious, can cause some problems for bloggers. You don't want to click on a site that may be full of a virus. You don't want to email someone who may try to send you a virus or make you pay money. And in saying that we also do not want to… Continue reading How To Identify Spam Comments & Not Sound Like Spam