5 Best YouTube channels for Writers

Writers like myself, we are always looking for ways to improve our craft. No matter how much experience or knowledge we may have, there is always more room to learn. Whether it’s learning new upcoming genres, digging deeper into troupes, knowing more on how to market your novel or making new ways to outline yourContinue reading “5 Best YouTube channels for Writers”

How I juggle my life as a mother and college student

Hello Everyone Being a mother and a college student at the age of 32 has been difficult. I am currently finishing my second semester at my college. My daughter has a hybrid schedule, my son was recently diagnoised with autism and receiving early intervention. Everyone asks, How do I do it? Here are three adviceContinue reading “How I juggle my life as a mother and college student”

Writers who have ADHD

I have always wonder if there were writers out there like myself. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a most common disorder that co-exists with learning disabilities. There are writers who do have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and who’ve written non-ADHD Books. Here is the list of authors who have ADHD. Alec Mustafayev An Wallace  AnnieContinue reading “Writers who have ADHD”

11 writing advice from 11 great writers

1. Learn to Love Being Alone “Write what you know: your own interests, feelings, beliefs, friends, family, and even pets will be your raw materials when you start writing. Develop a fondness for solitude if you can, because writing is one of the loneliest professions in the world!” – J.K. Rowling 2. Don’t Write forContinue reading “11 writing advice from 11 great writers”

7 Mistakes new writers make

So today I wanted to share 7 mistakes new writers make. If you guys are thinking about or wanting to become a writer, then here are 7 tips that you will come across as you begin your writing Journey. By all means I am not perfect, I am still learning as I go but theseContinue reading “7 Mistakes new writers make”