Advice on how to write healthy romance.
Nash has spent his life alone. Orphaned and alienated, he drifts through his days with only the end in mind. This is, of course, until a respected astronomer and research blogger predicts the end of the world. With the real end coming at him with lightning speed, it's time for Nash to decide what he wants his life to be about, and whether he has enough time to do it.
Part three on how to present your story.
Part two on how to present your story.
Part one on how to present your story.
July and August wrap up and the goals I've chosen for September and October.
5 reasons to continue, even when it's hard.
5 tips to turn your douchebag into a hero.
Collin is promiscuous and self destructive. Constant is patient and empathetic. When they cross paths, it will change their lives.
Advice on how to become Satan.
10 tips on effectively braving the outlining phase.
Tips on crafting a realistic relationships between your characters with little time spare.
Jason’s closet guilt forces him into being a workaholic to avoid home. When he meets Jeremiah, he finds the strength to come out.
5 quick tips to make your editing life easier.
Why taking risks is important, and how to make calculated decisions.
Ari is desperate to make Luke, an apathetic boy, show his emotions. So much so that he kisses him.
Diving into concepts like eating disorders, infidelity, and, more prominently, suicide, the book captures a strong sense of honesty.
5 pairs of common writing advice that go against each other, and my opinion on them.
Advice on how to research properly to ensure realism in your story.
3 quick tips to make your nano experience easier!
Setting the scene is hard. I'm going to make it easy.
Quick tips on how to write characters with physical ailments and why diversity is important.
Tips on how to add cute little Easter eggs in your writing.
A different post, a rant, about realistic endings and why I hate fairy tales.
Advice on how to write characters with depression, anxiety, etc., without being offensive, and why diversity is important.
Shayne grabbed his tray from the cafeteria’s conveyor belt and started towards the exit. He didn’t feel hungry, but took the food as an old habit. He scanned the room as he pushed through the crowds, and stopped halfway to the exit. Darrel was sitting alone, staring down at a book with an untouched tray of food in front of him. His eyes moved over the words without hesitation or break. Shayne’s stomach twisted painfully as he watched him.
Why having balance is so important and how to achieve it.
This is the kind of representation we’ve been demanding.
Tips for how to get through your writer's block in the brainstorming & outlining, drafting, and editing phase!
The sentence, length, and flow of your sentences is called syntax. This is how an author indirectly conveys emotion. There are three major ways you can use syntax to improve your writing.
Why Tumblr is a unique and effective marketing choice.