You are a writer; you have a story to tell the world. Writing comes easy to you, and the words just flow out like honey. What’s that? You have writers block and are currently trying to decide between either banging your head on your desk or crying like a baby? Ahhh … the reality of writing is sometimes vastly different than the poetic dream.
Let us help spur you on to greatness with some spooky Halloween writing prompts. These may take your mind to scary, dark places. Proceed with caution!
- You have the option to be a ghost for one day. Who would you haunt, and how?
- If you had the ability to talk to the dead, would you?
- If you could interview one person who is no longer living, who would you interview?
- What is the greatest horror story of all time? What made it great?
- What happened to that monster that used to live under your bed? Where is he now? Continue reading
November is almost here. Do you know what that means? It’s National Novel Writing Month, and it’s time to write the novel of your dreams.
“NaNoWriMo” is a 30-day writing contest for aspiring novelists. The idea of the event is to motivate writers to draft a 50,000-word novel in 30 days. That’s about 175 pages. And if we break that down further, it’s shy of six pages a day. In perspective, you’re writing one small freshman composition assignment everyday for 30 days. Nothing you can’t handle. Right?
Well, if you’re motivated to compete in NaNoWriMo, I have tips to help you write better, more effective prose. Continue reading
Does it feel like if you add one more thing to your calendar it (and you!) might have a meltdown? Finding time to write in the midst of such a jam-packed schedule is daunting, but it is possible.
These three simple tips can help you carve out the time you need to actually finish the book you’ve been working on. Continue reading
In the words of Vince Lombardi, “Winning isn’t everything; it’s the only thing.” This poignant statement was made to place emphasis on the importance of having a goal and working hard to achieve it. As many of you know writing a book and getting it published is not an easy task. It is, to put it simply, a grand accomplishment that takes discipline, courage and perseverance. Continue reading