Five Writing Memes

Hello! It’s been a little while since I’ve shared some writing memes, so I found some more for you. I should probably write more rather than spend time looking at these writing memes, but you know. If I share it on my blog I can count it as work time! XD Memes are a really…

How I Get Into The Writing Mindset

Hi guys! Today I’m going to be talking a little bit about how I gear up my brain for writing and get ready to write. For me, if I want to get a lot of words written I have to be ready to write. The first thing I always do is re-read the last chapter…

Writing Relationships

Today I’m going to talk about writing relationships as a fantasy/romance author. I’ll also briefly mention writing Christianity with fantasy as well, but there’s a really good post on Kingdom Pen if you want to read more. The first thing I’m going to talk about is how I personally write romantic relationships, having never been…

Writing Inspiration

It’s been a while since I’ve shared any writing prompts/pinterest stuff involving writing, so I figured I’d share some recent posts I’ve found! All credits to pinterest and the creators there, and all posts can be found on my writing board: which I share with my friend. The first thing is a few writing prompts…

Blog Tour Day Two: Top 10 Facts About The Runaway Princess

Hello everyone! Welcome to day two of the blog tour! Today I’m sharing the top ten quick facts about The Runaway Princess. Fact #1 The Runaway Princess word count comes in at a little more than 66K words, which is more than I’ve ever written in one novel! Fact #2 The novel is the first…

Blog Tour Day One: Maps

Hi! Welcome to the series of posts celebrating my novel The Runaway Princess’ release. The novel comes out February 11th and the blog tour extends through the 13th, so make sure to keep an eye out for the giveaway! To start off the blog tour I’m going to be sharing a map of the world…

Guest Post: Kellyn Roth

Guys I’m so excited to share this with you! As most of you probably know, Kellyn has been a long time inspiration for me and one of my favorite authors. I still think the best part about being a blogger/indie author is being able to get to know some amazing authors and share about their…

The Runaway Princess: Blog Tour!

Spread the word, there’s a blog tour happening next week! I have sign-ups open for that and for ARC (advanced reader copies), which will only be available through the 29th, so sign up if you want a free e-book copy of The Runaway Princess! The novel itself releases February 11th, and the blog tour runs…

How I Balance School and Writing

For those of you who are unaware, I’m a Junior in High School and I’m involved in several AP classes, which are college level. School takes up a lot of time, and I know a lot of people who work full time and are writing! The biggest thing for me is to write or work…

New Year Resolutions- 2021

Hello everyone! I’m back! I went on a mini hiatus over the holidays because they were extremely busy for me. We went on our spring vacation the last day of winter break, and I already had other obligations to fulfill before we left. This being said, I have some plans for the new year! I’m…

My Most Used Writing Apps

Now, I always write my first draft by hand, and plot with pen and paper too. But I thought I’d share some of my favorite apps that I use later in the process! Evernote I’ve mentioned this in previous posts, I think. I use evernote to store my blurbs, dedications, quotes, and general plans and…

Staying Organized: Good Habits

One of the most important parts of staying organized, especially when you’re busy, is having good habits. If you try to do everything all in one day you’ll get stressed, but if you do a little bit every day your life will be so much easier. I always make a little time for organization every…

Staying Organized: Bullet Journals

Today I’m going to be talking a lot about bullet journals, especially the system I use. However, for some people bullet journals just aren’t it, sometimes because they are too complicated or too artistic. Most of the things I’m going to talk about can be done in either a regular notebook, or a typcial planner….