Category: Writing Mindset

How To Become More Productive In Your Writing

Productivity Getting stuff done. But how do you get stuff done? How do really accomplish what you want? I’ve faced this problem growing up and I used to consider myself the procrastinating queen. But I’ve decided to take these steps to move my career in writing forward dramatically. Here’s what you can do to propel […]

Are You Done, Yet? The Never Ending Stage Of Editing

I’m in my first draft edits for my second book, I Won’t Cry, and at this point I feel like the editing will never be done. I’m always finding new scenes to add, words to take out or change, and something that’s just not right. Do you feel the same way after you’ve written something? […]

Talent Alone Won’t Make You Successful

If you’re new to writing or have written for years professionally, it’s always good to remember that talent alone won’t make you successful. Yes, success is defined differently for everyone, but if we’re talking about success as a writer there is a lot more that has to go into it than talent. Hard Work You […]

Why You Should Write What You Love But Make It Good

I think we have all fallen for the trap of wanting to write what’s popular or what would give us the most attention or financial gain. If you haven’t that’s good for you! But if you have ever questioned your book’s topic because it wasn’t mainstream I have some advice to share. Keep reading! The […]