Failure Isn’t Always A Bad Thing

It occurred to me earlier this evening while I was out on a walk that I won't complete my first NaNo-related project goal in nearly seven years. In a little less than an hour, midnight will strike, rolling in with it the month of May, and signalling the end of April's edition of Camp NaNoWriMo. … Continue reading Failure Isn’t Always A Bad Thing

Automatic Writing: A Cure To Writer’s Block

As writer's, one of the most difficult things we have to deal with is the deadly writer's block. I've written many times about my personal frustrations with it, along with different tips and strategies to combat writer's block, but today, I offer you another solution. Automatic writing. Traditionally used to get in contact with your … Continue reading Automatic Writing: A Cure To Writer’s Block

Creative Writing Prompts and How To Use Them

Sometimes, the words just don't flow. Writer's block is something that unfortunately every single writer will come across in their writing career. In the past, I've written about ways to overcome writer's block, touching on a few different techniques I've used to help jolt the creativity in my system. You can find those here, here, … Continue reading Creative Writing Prompts and How To Use Them

Why Pinterest May Be The Greatest Website For Writers: Part 2

A couple days ago, I posted an article on how the social media site Pinterest is extremely useful for writers and the visualization of characters, settings, clothing, etc. As a follow-up, I want to now get into the ways Pinterest can assist writers in a more general fashion. What do I mean by this? Things … Continue reading Why Pinterest May Be The Greatest Website For Writers: Part 2