This, guys….this is probably one of the best tags I’ve seen in the blogosphere. Why? Because I’m a member of The Star Wars Fandom.
The Stars Wars Character Tag.
I was tagged by the awesome Penny at A Southern Belle With Stories to Tell. Seriously, check out her blog, people. She’s an epically funny person. 😀
We are in conference season…
So, in preparation for that, I want to present to you this post! One with a bunch of tips about attending writers conferences. 🙂 I’ve only gone to one writers conference, but I’ve gone to many other conferences, so I hope some of these things I’ve learned will help you too. 😉
Hello and welcome, my friends! I’m super excited for today’s post, because I’m interviewing my friend, Chelsea, for Project Inspire. She blogs at An Ordinary Pen; don’t forget to go check out her website!
If you haven’t heard about the mission/blog tag I started, you can check it out here. Basically, it’s a tag to spread inspiration, motivation, and appreciation for the people that have been influential in our writing lives. 🙂
First venturing into novel writing can be an intimidating thing. It’s different than learning a sport or an art or something like that, because it’s harder to find classes or other people that are writers too.
I began writing when I was 7 or 8, just because I loved story. In the summer of 2017, it became a totally different thing for me. I still loved storytelling, but now I had a mission. I was serious about it now.
That’s when I think I really started writing. When I decided to take it to a new level.
Another tag! 😀 This one looks so much fun and has much potential for being just a fangirl ramble post so….yeah. I’m down for that. 😛
My friend at The Catwing Has Landed (go check out her blog!) has created her own tag! 😀 I am honored that she tagged me for it, so let’s jump right in.
Another review! The Story of With, by Allen Arnold.