What I Wish I had Known Before I Started Blogging

In this article, I talk about what I wish I had known before I started blogging. Some are obvious, and some will surprise you.

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4 Things I Learned From Participating in Nanowrimo

Ever since I was a little girl, my biggest dream was to get a book published. Ever since I was little, I have always enjoyed writing. I have always had so many ideas running wild inside my head. I had an overactive imagination, but no way to organize all of my thoughts. My ideas were […]

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5 Things I’ve Learned From Doing Blogtober

This year, I decided to do Blogtober. First, I’d like to point out that before Blogtober even began, I had no idea what blogtober was. I just remember scrolling past some of the blogs in my WordPress reader. I noticed people were talking about participating in blogtober. I then looked it up, and I quickly […]

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3 Reasons Why You Should Plan Your Nanowrimo Novel

I have done Nanowrimo — or, National Novel Writing Month — five times in the past. Some years I have been a plotter, and other years I have been a pantser. For those who are unfamiliar with the terminology, a plotter is someone who makes a detailed outline of their novel. A pantser is someone […]

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5 Editing Tips That Every Writer Should Know

I have always loved to write. I have also always loved to edit. But, I didn’t always love editing my own work. I used to feel squeamish and intensely uncomfortable whenever I had to sit down with a red pen and start marking things out. I think I felt this way because it felt weird […]

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Why Do I Blog?

In mid-March 2020, I watched for the first time as the entire country came to a standstill. I watched as people were forced indoors, not able to go to work or to school. I watched as people frantically ran to the stores to stock up on basic household essentials. It was as if the apocalypse […]

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