Writing Underneath the Scott Monument in Edinburgh, Scotland

Something about Scotland just bleeds and breathes inspirations. It infects your blood, your bones, your mind. Continue reading “Writing Underneath the Scott Monument in Edinburgh, Scotland”

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Things You Shouldn’t Say To A Writer

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Things You Shouldn’t Say To An English Major

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NaNoWriMo 2017 Update

November is always one of those months that always acts like nothing important will happen . . . and then, like, all the important stuff happens at once.  Continue reading “NaNoWriMo 2017 Update”

The 5 Kinds of Manuscripts You’ll Have To Read In A Writers Workshop That Will Make You Cringe

If writing were a person, it would be ambidextrous. Continue reading “The 5 Kinds of Manuscripts You’ll Have To Read In A Writers Workshop That Will Make You Cringe”

The 7 Living, Breathing Stereotypes You’ll Meet In A Writing Workshop

Stereotypes wouldn’t exist without reason. Continue reading “The 7 Living, Breathing Stereotypes You’ll Meet In A Writing Workshop”

Sh*t Writers Say, As Told By Guy In Your MFA

It’s that time of the year again!! It’s National Novel Writing Month!!  Continue reading “Sh*t Writers Say, As Told By Guy In Your MFA”

6 Ways To Prep For NaNoWriMo

NanowriMoPreparing for NaNoWriMo is pretty much just as daunting as trying to complete the actual feat of writing at least 50,00-60,000 words in one month Continue reading “6 Ways To Prep For NaNoWriMo”

Do You Even Journal?

On one of my last days in London, I woke up with no plan. I had seen all of the touristy attractions, I’d inhaled way too many plates of fish and chips, and I’d walked until my feet felt like they were going to fall off. So, I pulled out my phone while still in bed and typed in “things to do today in London” . . .  Continue reading “Do You Even Journal?”