Reading

October TBR: Sawkill Girls Review

I read another book on my October TBR!!! I'm so happy I wasn't sure if I'd get to another novel this month. Sawkill Girls by Claire Legrand Format: Hardcover Rating: 5/5 Stars I absolutely loved this novel! The plot was so unique and it was a great fix for my lack of new horror movies… Continue reading October TBR: Sawkill Girls Review

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Videos, Writing

How do you self-motivate to write?

*NEW VIDEO* https://www.facebook.com/417798355394458/videos/1794776433904321/ Transcription: Hey, I'm back! I wasn't sure if I was going to do a video, so I kinda started like halfway through my ride home. So I'm just going to drive a little bit longer on purpose. So I figured out what I want to talk about for today and basically just like… Continue reading How do you self-motivate to write?

Writing

A Vlog Maybe?

Here's an awkward, rambly video! Enjoy!   https://www.facebook.com/417798355394458/videos/1949805975075414/ [my attempt at a] Transcription: Okay, so I just bought this like thing whatever it's called to my phone on the dashboard so that I get to do videos and stuff. Well, actually, I bought it so that I can use GPS, um, because I'm going to… Continue reading A Vlog Maybe?

goals, Reading, self-publishing, Writing

August 2018 Writing Goals

My goals for this month include two carry-overs from last month: Finish the first draft of SA/get to at least 80 000 word (carry over from last month) Take break from SA (once done) Prepare for editing SA – research techniques and whatnot (carry over from last month) Do some self-publishing research. Figure out some… Continue reading August 2018 Writing Goals

Writing

Writing what you know

I never truly wrote anything based on my own experiences. Mostly because I write to escape. At least with novels. I have plenty of poems that are from experiences. That isn't to say I don't ever pull from real life, I do, just not very much and I've never based a character on somebody I… Continue reading Writing what you know