So…you’ve typed those last words of your first draft. You’ve done it. After months of outlining, plotting, researching, and
head-desking writing, you’ve finally finished that first draft.
Some may wonder what all the options are regarding what they should do with that book. Here are six different things you can do with your first draft.
Coming out of my usual blogging schedule for this, because I have something special coming this Saturday, so be sure to come back to check that out! 😉
I was tagged by the awesome Aberdeen, for The Liebster Award. Which is really just another blog tag. 😉 I’ve been really wanting to do this, so I’m so happy that I was tagged!
As a proud horse-lover and rider for over five years, I’ve read quite a bit of horse themed fiction in my life.
Enough to know what I like…and what I dislike.
Today is about my dislikes. 😉 The cliches in the horse fiction world that I’m tired of…
Writers are unique beings. And just downright strange to the outside world.
*sighs* They’ll never understand our uniquely complicated and intelligent minds. 😛
Here’s several things that writers do, that, uh…may seem a little creepy to passersby. 😉
We all want to be successful. In some way, somehow, we want to make a difference in this world. We want one (or all) of our ventures to turn out right.
But what do we mean by success? What does it mean to be a successful writer to you?
2019 is…here? Already? 2018 seemed to pass by in a blur, leaving my in a daze that we’re already in the year 2019.
2019 is only a few days away, so let’s kick-off the year feelin’ good! 😉
The new year is the perfect time to make resolutions and goals, so why not add another to the list: self-care.