I’m so glad you stopped by. You’ll find writer’s resources, tips, information on writing apps, writing software, writing books, and more. My goal is to inspire and teach new writers who want to write a book. That means you. Yes, you!
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Getting started can be overwhelming when you don’t know where to start. That’s why you’ll get quick, easy, actionable tips and advice you can actually use. Let’s take the overwhelm out of the process, and think of writing more of a step-by-step or paint by number. If you know the right steps, you’re on your way.
I’ve been writing full-time for almost 10 years, and have written over thirty books. During that time, I’ve also learned editing, graphics, publishing, marketing, and so much more. None of that other stuff matters if you don’t get the words down. The priority is helping you overcome your hurdles, so you can start writing.
I’ve studied structure, theme, plotting, characters, dialogue, and through the process have grown as a writer. We all have to start somewhere. I’m always looking to improve my writing craft skills, and hope to share some of what I’ve learned over time with you.
When it comes to learning, I have an insatiable appetite. I love to expand my knowledge. I’ve taken classes too numerous to mention though a few stand out above the others (example: Michael Hauge). I’ll be sure to talk about them in an upcoming post. I also have a massive collection of writing books. I can’t seem to stop buying them. If it offers a gold nugget of new information or a unique perspective on a topic, I’m hooked. Psst, one of my favorites is by John Truby, “Anatomy of Story” — check it out here. I’ll be putting up an epic list of books soon, and point out the ones that were pure gold.
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I’ll offer you fiction writing advice and beginner tips that keep you motivated to not only write that story, but also finish it. Typing THE END is an amazing feeling after your hard work.
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Don’t forget to check out my post that lists 27 writing tips for beginners!
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