Publishing is not what it used to be. With my experience and research into the publishing industry, this first blog discusses traditional publishing and provides general definitions, research, and experience from writers and published authors. … Continue readingLet’s Talk About Publishing: Traditional Publishing
Something I wished I had when I was a young and aspiring writer was some tips and tricks from other writers. So, I thought it may be helpful to share some advice, tips, and personal expereince. … Continue reading10 Writing Tips
As a writing consultant in my undergrad the focus in our practice was ALWAYS on the writer and their process. Similarly as creative writers, we must always be prepared to changing or altering our writing style so as to benefit our process and our product. … Continue readingThe Writing Process Pt. 4: Developing Your Writing Process
Her every movement was intentional and swift, as if anticipating a Regime official to strike her at any moment. Her eyes gleamed under the moonlight, streaking gold and red –scarlet aureate– as if the sun had consumed her. … Continue readingSelections: Scarlet Aureate Eyes
As writing styles evolve and new mediums become available for writers to share their work, traditional novels and structured poetry become less common among contemporary readers and writers. Experimental writing, while posing as radical to traditionalist writers, is gaining momentum and popularity. … Continue readingExperimental Writing
As college has progressed, I have take a step back from more in depth creative writing. But as of last semester around mid-October, I couldn’t take it anymore and I started outlining and world building for my next project.
Essentially, this series is attempting to tackle the concept of war with mentions of various social, political, economic, cultural, and religious theories and topics. This manuscript that once was a fantastical bildungsroman, is now an elaborate and multi-layered story about war and the reevaluation of entire systems of existence. … Continue readingThe Next Project: Exploring War and Systems of Existence
In all honesty, I believe that Writer’s Block is like friend to writers. It’s the (sometimes rude) reminder to stop, breathe, and review. However, sometimes Writer’s Block is inevitable. So regardless of what causes Writer’s Block, or the emotions that are attached to this nemesis, there are a few ways to work through the mess of frustration. … Continue readingThe Writing Process Pt. 3: Overcoming Writer’s Block
Why should we constantly be learning? How can we share our knowledge? Why is this important? Quite honestly, learning is a way of life, a constant state of being, and a really beautiful way of thinking. … Continue readingWhat is Learning?
Instead of getting overwhelmed by everything everyone else told me to do, I combined all of it. Here, I outline what I do to try and help myself without being too strict or too general. … Continue readingThe Writing Process Pt. 2: How Do I Get Better At Writing?