Make Money Writing and Become a Freelancer

Writing has always been a passion of mine and, for as long as I can remember, I’ve dreamt of making a living off of my favorite pastime. I think it is common amongst most writers to daydream of people choosing to purchase their book and enjoy the world and story they’ve created. Or, for our... Continue Reading →

Three Twitter Etiquette Tips

I joined the Twitter #WritingCommunity a few years ago to connect with other writers. Naturally, just like other social media platforms, different trends emerged and Twitter pet peeves were born. I asked the Twitter community to tell me all about trends they dislike on the platform. It seems as though most of the trends that... Continue Reading →

Writer’s Block: Get Over It

Okay, I agree, the title does seem a little harsh. But, it’s true. When experiencing writer’s block, there are really only two paths you can take. You can discover what helps you when you have writer’s block and find a way to work through it. Or, you can continue to overthink and avoid with the... Continue Reading →

Find Your Writer’s Ritual

Over the past couple of years of getting to know other writers online, I have noticed many comments about their preferences when it comes to their writing space and the time they sit down to write. Unofficially, I’m calling this the “Writer’s Ritual”. That is, what writers do to prepare their space to sit down... Continue Reading →

Snacks From Around the World: A Review

Do you like eating? Who doesn’t, right? What about trying new flavors? I have always enjoyed taste testing new foods. When I travel with friends to new places, one of my favorite things we do is trying local cuisine and comparing our thoughts on the way the food tastes. Before my boyfriend ordered Snack Crate,... Continue Reading →

Worth reading? Educated: A Memoir

Is it worth reading? My thoughts. Educated: A Memoir I’ll admit it. I wasn’t entirely excited at first to read Educated: A Memoir. But, the reasons I wasn’t excited to read this book proves that you really should not  judge a book by its cover. Even as I wrote that last line, I know that... Continue Reading →

Finding Motivation

As far back as I can remember, I have always had  the personal life goal to write a novel that I’m proud of. As 6th graders, my friends and I divided up the planets and agreed to write stories about life on those planets. Jenny, friend and Wheatland R-II survivor, recalls writing about made-up life... Continue Reading →

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