Miscellaneous

An Author with Poor Penmanship

Recently, I sent out letters and signed swag to some of my super fans who attended an online release day party for my books. And like so many times before that, I found myself dreading writing the letters. Why? It’s simple really. I am an author with poor penmanship. Now, please don’t tell me “I’m… Continue reading An Author with Poor Penmanship

Writing Tips

#MondayBlogs Writing Tips: Different Perspectives

I love writing from different perspectives. Both my YA series—The Timely Death Trilogy and Bad Bloods—are written in first POV but from two different speakers. I love using this technique for novel writing, because I enjoy first person, but I dislike how it restricts the storytelling to one character, especially when a scene would be… Continue reading #MondayBlogs Writing Tips: Different Perspectives

Guest Blogger · Writing Tips

#MondayBlogs Finding Your Author’s Voice

Intro: Voice. A singular word that makes most writers cringe, especially if you’re just starting out. But it doesn’t have to! Finding your “voice” can be a fun adventure, and today, author Ryan Attard, is discussing the ever-dreaded topic most avoid. Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in guest articles are those of the author/s… Continue reading #MondayBlogs Finding Your Author’s Voice

Miscellaneous · Writing Tips

#WW Finding Your Style as a Writer

#WW Finding Your Style as a Writer So, I just turned 24 yesterday. That means, I’m 113 in cat years (according to this calculator.) Since I’m 113, I thought I’d share some of my personal, cat lady wisdom, and by “personal” wisdom, I mean self-awareness in regards to my writing style. (Plus, a good portion… Continue reading #WW Finding Your Style as a Writer