#StayHomeWriMo Day 2

Hey, Lovelies! Brought to you by the founders of NaNoWriMo, here’s day two of the #StayHomeWriMo coronavirus challenge: Don’t know what this is about? Check out yesterday’s post to get the full details along with the activities from day one. Stay safe, everyone! Until next time! Cheers, Danielle

NaNoWriMo Introduced #StayHomeWriMo

Hey, Lovelies! The founders of the non-profit organization National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) made a huge announcement earlier this evening regarding a new program that they’ve put in place. It’s called #StayHomeWriMo. The folks at NaNoWriMo have decided to give us writers some extra support during the coronavirus outbreak. The new initiative is expected to … More NaNoWriMo Introduced #StayHomeWriMo

The Top 5 Reasons Why Coronavirus is Good for Writers

Hey, Lovelies! I hope everyone is doing well despite the pandemic. I wanted to give everyone a little hope, humor, and inspiration today amid all the doom and gloom. I also wanted to start off the post by giving you some bonafide resources to keep up-to-date on what’s really happening. There’s definitely a lot of … More The Top 5 Reasons Why Coronavirus is Good for Writers

The Ultimate Guide to Plot (Part 6): Messing with Plot

Hey, Lovelies! Welcome to the final installment of the Ultimate Guide to Plot. This won’t be the grand finale for all plot-related things, but we will be taking a break from it. I’m undecided on what I want to talk about next, so next week will be a surprise for us all. It might have … More The Ultimate Guide to Plot (Part 6): Messing with Plot

The Ultimate Guide to Plot (Part 5): Beware of Plot Armor and Plot Holes

Hey, Lovelies! We’re nearing the end of our intensive look at plot. We’ve got one more topic that we’ll be covering after this installment before we move on to other subjects. It won’t be the complete end of our discussion of plot, as there is a lot of ground to cover on that front. If … More The Ultimate Guide to Plot (Part 5): Beware of Plot Armor and Plot Holes

Valentine’s Day: The 12 Most Romantic Songs for Literature

Hey, Lovelies! Happy Valentine’s Day! I hope you all had a great day and got to spend some quality time with that special someone in your life. I’m going to continue my Valentine’s Day tradition this year by introducing you to some underrated and not so underrated romance songs that you can incorporate into your … More Valentine’s Day: The 12 Most Romantic Songs for Literature

The Ultimate Guide to Plot (Part 4): Developing Your Plot

Hey, Lovelies! We’re going to be continuing our discussion about plotting your Novel this week. We’ll be delving into how to develop our plot and how to make it irresistible for readers. As we’ve been discussing, plot is the backbone of a story, and we need to take the time to develop a good one … More The Ultimate Guide to Plot (Part 4): Developing Your Plot

Publishing Opportunity: Analog Science Fiction and Fact

Hey, Lovelies! I thought I’d pass along a publishing opportunity for any aspiring science fiction writers out there. Established in 1930, Analog Science Fiction and Fact is a bimonthly magazine of science fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. It is published by Dell Magazines, which also publishes genre magazines Asimov’s Science Fiction, Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, and Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine. In … More Publishing Opportunity: Analog Science Fiction and Fact