Camp NaNoWriMo Vlog – Finishing my Third Novel & Writing Routine Tag

It’s week two of Camp NaNoWriMo and I’m proud to say I’ve made some really great progress!

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#AuthorTubeRetreat2018 – a Vlog of Memories

What do I even say? It’s hard to render a writer speechless but I don’t know how to sum up this past weekend with justice.

Let’s start with this: here’s my vlog!

I miss these girls so much already. Never in my life have I been surrounded by such like-minded people, people I was afraid to say goodbye to. All of us have so much ahead of us in our futures so be sure to subscribe to everyone’s channels and show the love!

 

There are many collabs coming so be on the lookout!

#AuthorTubeRetreat2018 – Bean Boozled

As many of you know, Kristen Martin hosted the first ever AuthorTube Retreat at her house! I cannot even put into words how amazing it was to spend the weekend with this amazing ladies because for the first time we all felt fully understood! We could talk about writing, publishing YouTube, anything! The weekend went by way too quickly, and there is a blog to come, but until then behold…BEAN BOOZELED!

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Title Reveal of My Third Novel & CampNaNoWriMo!

Today I’m revealing the title, genre and summary (not final) of my third novel!

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How to Come Up With Original Story Ideas – Novel Writing

Sometimes you know that you want to write, but you have no idea what you want to write about. You’re ready to start writing the next great American novel, but every idea you come up with seems like it’s been told before. In today’s blog, I’m going to cover a few different tips that you can use to help come up with an original story idea that you can use to start writing a novel.

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Organizing My Bookshelf – Author Vlog

Last week you saw me renovating my office and this week I’m organizing my bookshelf! Let me know what you think in the comments below!

How to Start Writing a Novel

It’s all too often I hear from aspiring authors who want to write a book but don’t know where to start. Writing a book is hard, and writing a book that people want to read is even harder. Today I want to talk about a few things; brainstorming story ideas, how you should go about outlining and planning things, and how to actually sit back and start writing your novel.

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Why Write Book Reviews? The Savior’s Champion by Jenna Moreci

As an indie author, it’s super important to get reviews on my books. Support, in general, is great; tweets about my books, photos of it on Instagram, I love it all! In order to support an indie author and allow us to continue writing books you, as the reader, must tell other people about our books so we can continue to write and thrive as authors. What’s the holy grail of supporting an indie author? Book reviews!

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Is Writing Easy? Writers Debunking Writing Myths

Today’s blog post is a part of Dianna Gunn’s Writers Debunking Writing Myths collab. A few of us AuthorTubers banded together to talk about some of the myths that have popped up over the years when it comes to writing, so after you watch my video, be sure to check out the whole playlist on YouTube!

Today’s myth: Writing is easy. Simple Enough, right? I’m sad to say, writing is not easy. Writing is a craft, which means it’s not only a very subjective field, but it’s a field where you never stop learning. No matter how good you are as a writer, there will always be room for improvement. With that said, today I’m spending my time talking you, explaining why writing is not and should not be easy.

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