Tag: writing tips

Behind “The Process”: Don’t Get Too Far ahead of Yourself!

Welcome to another lovely installment of Behind “The Process”, a blog that… What? What makes it lovely? Not people asking questions while I’m mid-sentence. Dang, yo. Anyway–a blog that takes a look at the writing process to simplify, demystify, and encourage-ify(?) people to sit… Continue Reading “Behind “The Process”: Don’t Get Too Far ahead of Yourself!”

Behind “The Process”: 2 Notebooks & 15 Minutes of Creativity

Writing feels like a big undertaking, but it doesn’t have to. If you can commit to 15 minutes a day, using a little 2 notebook hack to get started, you’ll be well on your creative way.

Behind “the Process”: 7 Writing Tips from Horror Phenom Jennifer Soucy

Jennifer Soucy novel giveaway!

Horror novelist Jennifer Soucy takes over my blog to give 7 great writing tips! (There’s also a book giveaway!)

Behind “The Process”: 1 Quick Show-Don’t-Tell Cheatcode

Show don't tell is the most common writing advice. Dialogue can be a means to that end.

Almost every writer has heard the saying “show, don’t tell.” That can be easier said than done. Here’s how dialogue can help.

Behind “The Process”: Productive Procrastination in 4 Steps

Procrastinating is widely looked down upon, something that is a sign of laziness. Or outright stupidity. Procrastinating is viewed on par with being lazy–wasting your time. I know because people have told me this in my life. A lot. But some see it differently.
Allow me to explain…