If you participated in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) then you might be feeling a little burnt out. You’re tired of writing or you’re feeling uninspired or you’re just looking for the motivation again. Writing isn’t supposed to cause stress, and if it is, it might be time to take a step back to reevaluate things a bit. Here are my top four tips to deal with writer’s burnout.
It’s finally here! After working on the re-release of Essence it’s finally ready for the world! After getting through many roadblocks and making some very last minute edits, Essence is ready for the world! I hope you all love the new cover and that you’re excited for the cover reveal for I am Mercy!
If you follow me on social media you may know that over the weekend I got engaged. So I hope you don’t mind an interruption of the regular writing videos for this vlog of our skydiving adventure. I also apologize for some of the audio is hard to hear. Most of this was filmed on a GoPro.
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!
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.