My Writing Notebook: How I Plan For NaNoWriMo

Are you a complete beginner when it comes to planning novels? Perhaps you’re doing what I did in my first year of National Novel Writing Month: frantically reading blog posts, hoping someone will have the secret to succeeding this month. While I did write a guide on how I wrote 50,000 words in less than […]

What I Love About Writing Novels

It’s been a while since I’ve talked about my love for writing on this blog, hasn’t it? It was one of the main reasons I started this blog in the first place, something I’ve only really mentioned once in a blog post you can read here. For a little bit of backstory, I started writing […]

My Reading Preferences

If you hadn’t noticed from my last blog post, I’ve been really into reading lately, so when I saw this tag going around, and saw the questions involved, I knew I wanted to get involved. With that said, I can’t go on with the tag without taking a moment to thank My Bookish Life for […]

NaNoWriMo: How I wrote 50,000 words in 10 days

Despite the amount of disbelief that I had in achieving 50,000 words in the entire month in November due to college commitments and social engagements I couldn’t (and didn’t want to) cancel, I managed to reach the 50,000-word goal ridiculously quickly. I’m even more surprised by this because, as I did last year, I fell into the second week slump that every NaNo-er, I’m sure, can relate to, where putting words onto the screen in front of me was painful.

How I Became a Blogger

Believe it or not, the decision to sit down and write a blog wasn’t something that happened overnight. It wasn’t something I took a few nights to prepare, either. In reality, it was something which took several years of deliberation before it got to the physical form you’re reading now.