Narratess turned three with the new year, so it’s worth looking back and see what changed in the last year. 2019 was the first year my book reviews had their dedicated space on Tuesday. Doing those twice monthly meant I posted 78 times, instead of 52 the year before. I don’t know how much this
How do you keep writing when you’re in chronic pain? Four things to keep you doing when pain is taking over.
What’s next for the new writer Tessa? What is she working on now and what can you expect from the writer in the near future?
Ten books that have been on my TBR for far too long and have to be read. A mixture of YA Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and non-fiction.
A look back at 2018 as we say goodbye to another year. Goals were crushed and deadlines missed, but it’s been an amazing year. Thank you!
It’s almost Christmas, but here’s a quick gift guide if you still need to find the perfect present. Either for yourself or someone else.
Do you read? Of course you do. Otherwise you wouldn’t be here. Starting next month, you’ll find more of our favourite books on Narratess.
April is one of the off months where NaNoWriMo participants organise a virtual writing retreat, or Camp Nano. The rules for Camp Nano are slightly different, because you don’t have to use the 50.000 word count, but you can pick your own. The threshold is lower for people new to writing to set up a writing habit since you can set it as low as you want. My advice is to still challenge yourself. You can improve your daily habitual word count by setting the bar a little higher, but not unattainable. It’s just like exercising.
Narratess is a new website focused on writing, the writing experience and, perhaps most importantly, stories. We are two writers who want to share our experiences, services, and knowledge as we continue to grow. Tessa Hastjarjanto From early age I started with building my own worlds. Pokémon was a hit and I made my own