How to Write More Every Day

In order to eventually write a novel, you’ve got to just sit down and write. The key to finishing a writing project is writing every day, or as mush as you can. In today’s video I’m talking about how you can get into the zone of writing with some simple tips and tricks. Check it out and be sure to share!

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How to Deal With Writer’s Guilt

Writing every day is great! But sometimes the pressure we put on ourselves can be too much, to the point we feel like we can’t do anything but write. Today I’m talking about the writer’s guilt I have and how I’ve been dealing with it! Let me know if you have writer’s guilt!

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How to Find and Choose Beta Readers

It’s time to talk about beta readers! I recently worked with beta readers to help edit my newest novel, She’s Not Here. With that said, it’s time talk about how to find beta readers and choose which ones will fit best for your novel so you can get the most out of the experience. Watch the video for more.

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CampNaNoWriMo Vlog – Sending My Novel to Beta Readers!

I won CampNaNoWriMo!

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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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I’ve Failed as an Author

I hope every author out there knows what I’m talking about. Writing and supporting yourself as an author is something that is very hard to do. For myself, I have doubts every day. Am I doing the right thing? Should I give up now and find something else to do? To put it simply, I’m terrified. It’s hard to keep up with everything. Heck, I have no idea when I’m going to finish writing book number three. I also don’t know when I’m going to sell those hundred copies of books in my car. With college and a job, it’s a lot. I just hope if you feel the same way, that this video makes you feel less alone. We just have to keep moving forward!

 

How Many Books Did I Read in 2016?

Nominate your favorite writing blog! http://positivewriter.com/nominate-your-favorite-writing-blog-for-2017/

How do you do it? Simply go to the comment section of the above link, paste this fancy URL:  https://mandilynn.com/

And tell the world why you love my blog/website! –I have awesome writing videos 😉

My reaction to reading Harry Potter for the first time: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ErrWv4FoyU8

One year, 62 books, 20,998 pages. 2017, here I come!

One Page a Day Keeps a Writer at Bay—Balancing College and Writing

It’s not a secret that college is just a little bit over-whelming right now, but I’ve still managed to write just a little but every day. And when I say a little, I mean a little. As of right now, even with the semester over, I’m only writing about a page a day. It may not sound like much, but I’m hoping as I get more time to write, I’ll be able to extend that one page farther and farther.

8 Tips to Survive College “Somewhat Gracefully”

A year from now I will be a college graduate. It’s hasn’t hit me yet—I’m not ready to be an adult! But today I’m going to put all that to the side and remember all the little things I’ve learned that have allowed me to no completely loose it. Well…I “lost it” a few times, but that’s why you guys should learn from my mistakes.

8 Tips to Survive College “Somewhat Gracefully”

-Worship your syllabus

-Go to events!

-Find your study spot

-Get sound proof headphones

-Advil. Lots of lots of Advil.

-Get a Planner and write everything down! Here’s what I use! http://bit.ly/2i7LZSt

-Workout! Trust me on this one

-Be a good roommate.