Congrats! You've finally typed... THE END. Now what? The first thing to do is pat yourself on the back. There are many authors who write, but never finish their Works in Progress (WIP). It is a huge accomplishment to complete that first draft of your WIP. Don't let anyone tell you any different. The next … Continue reading First Draft Completed. Now What?
There are so many blogs dedicated to outline preparations for novels. This blog post is not one of those posts detailing why you should or shouldn't outline your novel. Instead I urge you to do what makes you comfortable and gets the job done. Pumping out a novel isn't easy and whoever says otherwise is … Continue reading To Outline or not to Outline
Happy first week of October everyone! Let's get this Fall on!
I don't know how many time's I've been asked since September 1st, "Hey! What did you do this summer?" My answer is always the same... "NOTHING!!!" I DIDN'T KILL A BUNCH OF TEENS AT A LAKE HOUSE THAT'S FOR DANG SURE!!! Okay... enough sarcasm... you're better than that, Erin. (Hahaha, right.) It's the truth, though. … Continue reading I Know What I Didn’t Do This Summer…
Ah, pseudonym's. Where for art thou my pseudonym? And that's as far as I got in Shakespearean language class. Let's get right to the point. Pseudonyms. What is a pseudonym and should you use one? Let's start with the easiest question. What is a pseudonym? Many famous authors have used pseudonyms to publish their works. … Continue reading To Pseudonym or not to Pseudonym, that is the Question
Every author has their own preferred writing tools. Today, I am going to share with everyone the top 7 writing tools that help me in my day-to-day writing career! Enjoy! Google Drive Pinterest Google Google Translate Scrivener YouTube Indie Author Support Facebook Group 1. Google Drive I absolutely love Google Drive and you may have noticed … Continue reading My Top 7 Writing Tools
Ѳ Get in the Mood Ѳ Cue the music! Bow-Chicka-Wow-Wow.... NO! This post is not about getting in the mood. It is a well known fact that I write and publish erotic romance and clean romance and struggle just as you do to get in the correct frame of mind (mood) for this. This post, I … Continue reading How I get into the Writing Mood