NaNoWriMo Tag

Rules Thank the awesome blogger who tagged you! Thank you Esther!!! Link back to the creator of this tag, Sophie @Sophie’s Corner. Feel free to use the NaNoWriMo 20 Questions Tag graphics! Answer the questions. Tag some friends who are also doing NaNo this year. And have fun!!! Questions and Answers: TELL ME ABOUT YOUR NANOWRIMO PROJECTContinue reading “NaNoWriMo Tag”

Why my current WIP is not Christian Fiction?

I am a Christian and I don’t label my current WIP as Christian . Here is why.. My story, currently titled Fallen World is not Christian Fiction but does mention God, adoption, and salvation but I do plan on publishing this book traditional and I know for sure the publishers will not label my storyContinue reading “Why my current WIP is not Christian Fiction?”

Show Raw Emotion

Welcome back, owlnerds. Its been awhile. I recently read a story from Olivia J. Bennett and made me realize we should express raw emotion. Real emotion. We should dig through all the thoughts and put them on paper. To have realistic characters, we need to understand what the character is going through. And times, weContinue reading “Show Raw Emotion”

If My Heart Could Speak

Welcome back, owlnerds. This week, I will be sharing a poem wrote this past weekend. Enjoy!!! If my heart could speak If my life could collapse The world would disappear Into the thinness of nothing If my cold feet Couldn’t surface The endless beings Of this world and be on I would take away everything.Continue reading “If My Heart Could Speak”

Worldbuilding

Sudden you have an idea for a story but you are clueless what do. Honey, let me help you. First of all, find out what genre you are going to write. Fanasty, Dystopian, Romance, etc. This should be your foundation of worldbuilding. Here is the best definition of popular genres: Fanasty: mythical creatures, a worldContinue reading “Worldbuilding”

The Writer’s Tag

What genres, styles, and topics do you write about? I write fantasy, contemporary, romance, dystopia, science fiction, and poetry. I can write in first POV and third POV. Some of my stories reflect the world’s problems: abortion and human tracking. How long have you been writing? I honestly don’t remember. Strange enough. I know theContinue reading “The Writer’s Tag”