Hello lovelies and welcome to 2019! As we make our way into this shiny new year, we’ve all been bombarded with opportunities to reflect and set new goals. One goal I have is to grow my craft, and I know from the countless posts I’ve seen from the Writing Community on Twitter a lot of people share the same sentiments.
Happy Friday Lovelies!
How has your week been treating you? I know it’s only the second week of the New Year, but man, 2019 has already been busy!
If you’re feeling the same, I’m so thankful you decided to take some time out of your busy schedule to visit this week, and so excited to share another bit of Writer’s Wisdom with you! Let’s get started!
Recently, I was approached by the fabulous Raimey Gallant about a Blog Hop idea she had to help build up other authors. Since I had so much fun participating in her 2016 Nano Blog Hop, I jumped at the opportunity to join in!
Have you always wanted to start that career as an author but had no idea where to start?
Great News! Now you too, can join the ranks of the world’s most elite authors. All you have to do is follow these ten simple steps and soon YOU could be rubbing elbows with the likes of Stephen King, Neil Gaiman, and J.K. Rowling.
You lucky cat.
I’ll be the first to admit it: autocorrect and I have a love/hate relationship. It LOVES to ‘correct’ my sh*t, and I absolutely HATE it. If you follow me on Twitter, you are probably well aware of this fact.
One of my favorite things about writing fiction is that I get to create amazing worlds from scratch. That I can build worlds and characters, and all of the other pieces that form a book, and as long as I’ve got a logical explanation for it, basically anything goes.
A few weeks ago, I woke up and everyone hated me. Well, hate may be a strong word, and everyone may be a bit of an exaggeration, but there certainly were a lot of people who were extremely upset with me.
Here’s what happened.
Musings of a Wordy Mommy
I was hit by something rather profound this morning and it really resonated with me, so please bear with me.
It seems like anytime you go, well, anywhere these days, moms are being criticized for something. Whether its breastfeeding, discipline, family diets, kids clothing, or something entirely different, being a mom can be tough. And not for reasons you may think.
I know in all reality your name is most likely not Prince, but that’s what my baby is already calling you. And to me, that is very appropriate because she is my Princess.