If you’re looking for a feel-good story about finding love and personal redemption, then look no further than Living Water by MWW member Allison Wells. I seriously could not put it down! A Modern-Day Biblical Retelling For those familiar will Ms. Wells’s work, you’ll know she’s a clean romance and Christian fiction author. Living Water…
A Season to Kill is a Thrilling Cozy Mystery
Fans of The Desperate Housewives of anywhere will find themselves at home in Nic Winter’s A Season To Kill. In a world of high-society drama full of back-stabbing neighbors and ambushes disguised as dinner parties, Darcy Sinclair stands out. She inhabits the elite circle of the Scottish village of Cedarwood thanks to a generous inheritance…
Unlocking Creativity: Is Handwriting Better?
There was a time when I couldn’t write on a computer at all. I could get down endless thoughts with pen and paper—even if trying to read it later was like deciphering an ancient script. My handwriting is terrible. But if I were to sit down at a computer and try to type out what…
Believable Dialogue: How to Craft Natural and Authentic Conversations
No one likes reading stilted, contrived dialogue. We want to feel like the characters are unscripted—genuine. But it’s quite the trick to write believable dialogue like that while we are literally writing the script. So, how do you do it? Every character and situation uniquely combine and necessitate their own rules for this sort of…
The best books for celebrating National Thesaurus Day
It’s National Thesaurus Day! I love a good thesaurus, and there are so many new ones to choose from to help you craft your story. Here are some favorites.
What if you didn’t meet your writing goals for 2022?
I didn’t meet any of my writing goals this year. Not even close. But I’m not ashamed, and you shouldn’t be either. Let me tell you why.
Back to School: How to ease in, adjust and regroup
Summer is hard for parents. It may take time to ease back into writing life again when the kids go back to school. That’s okay. Give yourself the time you need.
Writing with ADHD and creative solutions to staying focused
Writing with ADHD can seem a bit frustrating and time-consuming. But don’t worry! There are tips and solutions to this problem to get that creativity flowing.
The Writing Warm-Up: What it is and how to start
What is a writing warm-up, you may ask? Easy. Similar to any other warm-up, it’s a free-write. A word vomit. It works the writing muscle to keep it strong.
What you need to know to price your worth as a freelancer
There’s nothing better than finally standing up for yourself and declaring you’re worth more than what you’ve been given. But how do you go about defining your worth? Better yet, how do you price your worth?