There are twenty-two days left until NaNoWriMo. I'm getting a little more scared, but also way more psyched up. My boyfriend and my dad have both decided to participate, which is exciting. I've never really done NaNo with anybody besides me, myself, and I. I'm also going to be living in the city while really-for-real-not-quitting-after-three-days … Continue reading #Preptober Continues!
We all have quirks in the way we write. For some of us (*cough* me), those quirks include long sentences, overuse of commas, and overuse of me dashes. One of my best friends always used to mistype "minute" as "minuet," not because she didn't know how to spell the word or an otherwise excellent typist, … Continue reading How to Edit Your Own Writing Like a Pro, Part 2: Know Thyself
When it comes to writing, fresh eyes and a second opinion are invaluable tools. Having someone who can look over your writing and make it flow better and catch all the typos and misspellings you weren't able to catch on your own can take your blog post, short story, or novel from "meh" to "amazing." … Continue reading How to Edit Your Own Writing Like a Pro: Part 1 – The Basics
I've been neglecting this space. Luckily, it was for good reason. I just started working full-time for a company I really enjoy working for. I'm still trying to find a rhythm with non-work stuff, but I feel like I'm starting to make some headway. Even though I haven't been posting much here, I haven't neglected … Continue reading