Writing Tip: 8 Ideas to Overcoming Writer’s Block

Hey everyone! I apologize for missing a post last week. It was my birthday along with several other events, so it was rather chaotic and I was unable to get to it. However, for this week's post, I finally have another writing tip! These are ways that have worked for me or others in solving … Continue reading Writing Tip: 8 Ideas to Overcoming Writer’s Block

Repost: Writing Tips: How to get Ideas for a Story

Hey everyone! This is my first time reposting one of my old blog posts, which I did back in February of 2021. I have been super busy lately, and so will hopefully get back to putting out new content soon! Until then, please enjoy this old post that you can find here or continue reading … Continue reading Repost: Writing Tips: How to get Ideas for a Story

How to Add Christian Messages to a Novel (And 60 Questions to Ask Yourself When Editing)

Hello again everyone! With Christmas just behind us, I thought that I should do a post with something concerning Jesus, who was truly the reason for Christmas. So what better thing to discuss than how to incorporate Him and Christianity into your novel! Obviously there are multiple reasons that Christians either shy away from this … Continue reading How to Add Christian Messages to a Novel (And 60 Questions to Ask Yourself When Editing)

From Details To… Details – A Writing Journey

"Show, don't tell," "watch the adverbs," "said is not dead" and other such statements were the first thing that greeted me when I started my high-school writing course. Well, that was easy! I started off, confident that I would have no issues with fulfilling those statements. I plotted out my story, from A to Z … Continue reading From Details To… Details – A Writing Journey

Character Types: Part 1

So today I will attempt to start a new series on different types of characters. Any writer knows that in order to make a story work, they must have characters, and these characters must have a select amount of traits to make them likable (or even unlikable if that is the goal someone is going for), relatable, and realistic.  A disclaimer … Continue reading Character Types: Part 1