We can learn so much about stories and writing from reading, but not everyone learns the best from a book. Others have a preference for visual or auditive learning. That’s why today I wanted to highlight a few YouTube channels that talk about writing and stories. All of these have their own style and cover
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
One productivity tip that always seems to stay at the top of ‘get things done’-lists is “Anticipate the future”. We have to know what’s coming to prepare for it. I’ve known about my trip to Japan for nearly a year and only started preparing my blog a month before our flight. A month is enough,
Devil’s Deal is released, which means I’m back at my writing table, furiously refreshing the sales dashboard while I should be writing. It’s not productive, but seeing a review pop up on Goodreads, Amazon, or via a Google Alert is. Any kind of feedback helps me with my writing. I’ve made some notes for myself,
Writing a first chapter is hard. The tips I found online didn’t help me much. I examine them and tell you why they don’t work for me.
Tessa explores the ins and outs of writing about your own hometown if it isn’t widely known. Especially if supernatural beings live there as well.
Going from book blogger to book writer. And now doing both at the same time to share the love for stories and books.
New year, new goals! The 2018 review has influence how things are done in 2019. More content on a regular basis and no more daily blog events.
For someone who’s very late with Christmas gifts, a handwritten note not be on a Christmas list, but it’s something deeply personal and unique.
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.