Writing Advice – Book Writing Basics 2
What To Do When You Have Crochet Cabin Fever
Goood morning world! I hope everyone’s summer has been nice and warm~ Last week we went over the first installment of “Book writing basics 1” focused on genre and the pros and cons of each of the most popular genres. This week I’ll be covering setting and its role in your novel~ Setting (also known […]
Writing Advice – Book Writing Basics 1
Are you feeling what I’m feeling? That subtle hint of cabin fever in the middle of summer? If so, you’re definitely not alone. Summer is meant to be productive, relaxing, fun. But sometimes it can be exasperating and blah–especially if the weather isn’t cooperating. If you’re wondering how to stay productive over the sweltering months, but […]
Writing Advice – Prequel or not to Prequel?
Good morning everyone! I hope everyone has enjoyed their week~! In last week’s addition of “Writing advice“, we talked about Prequels and the things to keep in mind when deciding whether or not to write a prequel. Now we are going take a quick step back and talk about the basics of book writing. When […]
T&A #2: To Arts Fest, Or Not To Arts Fest?
I’ve seen a lot of writing advice post on the subject on Prequels, and as a general rule they have one of two opinions: Have a prequel or don’t have a Prequel. Well I’m here to toss my own opinion into the ring: Do whatever suits your story! As I know from experience, the advice […]
Are you considering participating in a local Arts Festival/craft fair, or have participated in the past? Are you unsure about how to feature and price your items, or are frustrated that some items just aren’t selling? Here’s a small selection–or rather, the tip of the iceberg–of what you should know when preparing to showcase your […]