In an increasingly digital age, authors and readers can connect more easily than ever before. For indie authors and authors with small presses, cultivating a social media presence becomes more and more important. Twitter is the primary social media for the writing community, but I believe that Instagram, despite being image-based instead of text-based, is… Continue reading Instagram for Authors
Hello, everyone. My desk is a colossal mess right now and this week has been just as unkempt.
As of yesterday, I can finally publicly announce some exciting news that I have been sitting on for almost a year.
Today’s update comes a little late because I’ve been curled up in bed for the last six hours reading Cassandra Clare’s City of Heavenly Fire.
I want to try to do one of these every two weeks or so… this first one contains almost a month’s worth of links. Without further ado:
Hello and welcome to this week’s Weekly Update!
This week’s Wildcard Wednesday features a departure from boring daily life and slightly-more-exciting daily writing. This post is about the other half (well… now more like a quarter) of my double life. During the week I am a well-adjusted, high-achieving student writer working diligently towards life goals. On a couple of weekends a year, I’m… Continue reading 2016 Convention & Cosplay Schedule
With the turn of the year, resolutions are common. I’ve already made mine, but there are things on my writing bucket list that I don’t necessarily want to do this year. With that in mind, while doing my New Year’s Resolutions, I also came up with a list to accomplish in the long-term. Thus was born… Continue reading Writing Bucket List
It’s a new year! 2016 is all shiny and new, and a lot has happened for me this week!