In the end, readers are going to picture your characters the way they want, but you provide them with the foundation on which they build their fictitious friends. Continue reading The Art of Physical Character Descriptions
Thoughts on movement. Continue reading Tempted to Move
Anxiety can be debilitating, but it doesn’t get the final say on whether or not you have a good day, today!
You’ve heard it said “Treat others they way you would want to be treated,” but sometimes we are our own worst bullies. Continue reading When You’re Your Own Worst Enemy
Even if you don’t like to drink coffee, there’s something about even just the smell of it that brings people together, and feels like home. Coffee is a magical drink with astonishing powers, from keeping you awake, helping you to relax, to even starting revolutions! (That’s right! The French Revolution started as a conversation in a coffee shop). So, how do I plan to use this power? Well, let me tell you!
As many of you know, I grew up on an island. Sounds cool… I guarantee you it’s not as cool as you think.
So you have this book, you’re kind of excited about it, and you’ve been toying around with the idea of publishing it… but you haven’t. Chances are, you have a list of “reasons”. Some of those might be legitimate, but some of those might be excuses, or what I like to call “mental road blocks”. Today, I’d like to discuss some popular ones writers face, and how you can pole vault over them to achieve your goals, and maybe live your dream!