Writing Prompts!

Hey there fellow writers! Do you remember those exercises teachers gave you from elementary to high school? The ones that gave you one or two topics, and either asked you to compare and contrast or just discuss it within five or so sentences? If you’re like me—hated those exercises by the way, never did you…

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The 5 Best Books on Creative Writing I've Read

Hey there fellow writers! For the past three or so years, I’ve been curating a small collection of creative writing reference books. And I figured why not share some of my favorites, so far, with the writing community. One of the most recommended tips for the writing process, especially in regards to improving your writing…

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Writer Wednesday – NaNoWriMo update

Hey there writers and fellow NaNoWriMo writing buddies! If you’re like me, you’ve been keeping up with your word count as much as possible. But there are those random moments where all you want to do is STOP writing lol And those moments can turn into hours and then before you know it a whole…

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Writer Wednesday – Creative Writing

Hey there fellow writers, it’s Writer Wednesday! And while I racked my brain trying to figure out what I could discuss today, this instantly flash to mind. Creative Writing Class It’s a given that most people who are self-proclaimed or critically acclaimed writers have taken a creative writing class of some kind during their academic…

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Writer Wednesday – Journaling

Hey there fellow writers! It’s Writer Wednesday and I’m super excited because I’m going to chat about Journals and journaling! I’ve been journaling since I was six years old and it’s been my saving grace for the past twenty years. I’ve documented some of the most important moments in my life. And I love going…

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Writer Wednesday – Am I a Writer?

Hey there Bookwyrms and fellow writers. I realize that although this is a gigantic part of who I am, I barely ever blog about my writing. The worst part is I suffer from severe imposter syndrome as a writer (still feels weird to type that out loud). Which also means, I fear sharing this side…

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