Research. I wouldn’t be anywhere near where I am at this moment (and I still have ways to go) if I didn’t spend much of my downtime conducting research. Read on to see how research has helped me and how it can help you.
DON’T PUSH THE PUBLISH BUTTON! I get it. You finished your first draft, and you may’ve done a proofread. You’re exhausted, and you have a few other works you’d like to get to, but you still have a ton of work to do with your current novel. Read on to find out what.
Did you know your book title serves as metadata? Every bit of text on your front cover can help make or break your book. Here’s what I’ve learned.
Novel writing is a definite marathon, let me tell you. Today’s article is a dandy, because it consists of six huge lessons I’ve learned while writing Lord of Columbia. Without further ado, here are my six tips on how to stay focused when writing novels.
Persevere Even Through the Darkest Days There are several reasons our motivation can stagnate. At times, it might be because we’re not succeeding as quickly as we’d like, but mere perseverance is the key to combatting it. Persevere through the darkest days doesn’t mean on days you feel down and…