• Are you a writer looking for writing advice
  • Want to learn how to write a book?
  • Not sure where to start?
  • Need to sharper your writing skills?
  • Looking for new writing tools, tricks, or other goodies?

Getting Started

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Want to learn how to write a book? Start here…

  • writing tips for the beginner
  • pen name help
  • helpful questions to help you brainstorm

Learn about Story Elements

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Learn about story basics here…

  • settings
  • themes
  • plotting and inciting incidents

Writing Characters

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Need more info on writing about characters? Go here…

  • creating characters, understand motivation
  • flaws vs fears
  • what makes a good character, and more

Writing Tips


A large database of writing articles and writing tips

  • writers block
  • writing classes, courses, and workshops
  • conflict

Writing Resources


Find a list of helpful writing tools and writing resources

  • grammar help
  • plotting tools
  • writing tools, apps, and more

Gifts for Writers


Looking for something special… Find writer gifts here.

  • find writer shirts
  • journals
  • unique writing gifts

Let me share a secret…there’s no ONE right way to write a book.
If you’re just starting out, it’s overwhelming.

You hear all these tips, but aren’t sure which to listen to. With so many resources on the internet, how do you know which sources are worth your time? Some people plot – others don’t… Some write linear – other’s don’t…

What should YOU do? Learn what works for YOU.

Sure, it’s good to know grammar and structure. Nobody is discounting those details…but when you’re starting out it’s more important to find YOUR voice. Find your personal style, create good habits, and enjoy the process.

Do you want to think about writing, or will you write your book once and for all?

  • Ready to get started? I’m ready to help. First, be sure to join my newsletter where you’ll get free writing worksheets to help you plan your story. Second, dig into the topics you’d like to learn more about.

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