It’s almost one year ago since I published my first book, Tales of Lunis Aquaria, and a lot has changed. I wanted to do something as a celebration and offering the book for free seemed like a nice thing to do given the current situation. I’ve set it for free on Kobo and Smashwords, and
Are you doing NaNoWriMo? Then this is your half way mark. There’s fifteen days left to complete your goal, and to learn. How have you been doing? Take fifteen minutes today to reflect on your progress and see if you can improve the process. Work smarter, not harder. Keep going No matter how many words
Chronic pain influences my daily life considerably. I share my tips to get stuff done, and comment on those that don’t work for me, and why.
Tessa talks about her current work in progress: Tales of Aquaria Lunis. A collection of nine short stories set in the same fantasy world.
Tessa conquered the 50.000 word mountain and won NaNoWriMo. She takes the time to evaluate the progress she made and what she learned about her writing process.
Tessa talks about her progress for NaNoWrimo, how she beat the obstacle that kept her from writing and shares the things she’s learned so far.
Tessa shares five tips to well help you during your NaNoWriMo adventure. Writing sprints, rewards, support, planning and picking the right tools.
Tessa is taking on NaNoWriMo with her current work-in-progress: A Devil’s Deal. Read about her story and her ambitious plan for December.
Not the blank page, but the second draft is what Tessa fears most. About dealing with criticism and bannishing perfection to finish a manuscript.
Tessa shares her reasons why she uses fountain pens to write. And it’s not just because they’re fancy (they are, though!), or because it’s the writerly thing to do.