Merry Christmas guys! As many of you know, this is my favourite time of year, and I can’t help but create another tag game for you all. (You know I love a good tag) This year, I’m changing gears slightly and focusing the questions on reading, instead of writing (Check out my tag from last year here). Answer these questions based on your favourite books, your current read, or any characters you’d like!
Alright so…another TAG!! :D Thanks to my dear friend Scarlett, I’m back with a 30 question tag, and couldn’t be happier. What do you hope to communicate to your audience with your WIP? We all have more strength in us than we know. Sometimes our life circumstances have pressed that strength waaaay down. But it’s there…and it’ll find it’s way out. Also, some of us grow up thinking we always have to behave ourselves.
Defeat writer’s block once and for all! Ah, writer’s block. I don’t know a writer who hasn’t stumbled into this pit at least once. I certainly used to fall prey to the seductive excuse of my muse abandoning me. I have learned a lot, especially since becoming a mom, about pushing past the fog and getting back to the text. So, today let’s talk about writer’s block, and how to remove it from your catalogue of excuses.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all! I took a couple weeks off of the blog. I had a terrible flu the week before Christmas, then Christmas had me SO delightfully busy this past week. But, I am BACK with another post! Okay, I KNOW I said no more tag posts for a while… but I didn’t start this one, I promise! It doesn’t count if I was tagged by someone else, right?
Hello all, This week I am doing a bit of an update, as I have been getting so many wonderful questions about where I am in the whole writing process. Goals met: Wow, 2017 is almost over, which is hard to believe! In regards to my writing goals, this year has been huge for me. The biggest thing was overcoming my fear of telling all of you lovely (terrifying) people that I’m writing a book!