Tag: writing tips

How To Write A Horror Novel

Think back to a time you were scared. I mean truly terrified. You felt your blood turn to ice in your veins, your face drain of color. Your chest became tight, your body tense. A cold swear formed on your skin and your guts turned to water. These are all reactions of fear. Most people

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9 Tips On How To Lead A Balanced Life

Juggling a blog, prepping for graduate school, book writing, my job, and a relationship is a lot of work. How does one make time for everything? It’s enough to make even the most type-A personalities shiver with fright! My personal tarot card for the year of 2019 was Temperance, a card of balance and moderation.

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My Writing Process

Thank you, Jane, for tagging me in what looks like another super fun writing tag! Jane posts about reading and writing, and her style is super rad! She is currently working on a horror novel called Collected, which is set for release this year. Follow her for updates, writing tips, and book talk! Read on

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Top 5 Tuesday | Tropes I’m Over

As a reader, writer, or general consumer of fiction, there are just certain things that rub you the wrong way. Whether it’s a cliché that’s been done to death, or a trending fad that seems to be found everywhere, some tropes need to be buried. Let them rest in peace. Resurrect some new ideas and

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Hocus Pocus Writing Tag

Thank you once again, Jane, for tagging me in a fun writing meme! If you don’t follow her yet, go check her blog out! ‘Tis the season for Halloween, and what better way to get in the spirit than with a Hocus Pocus writing meme? If you’re a writer, I’m sure you’ve thought about these

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