Writing is filled with ups and downs as you learn, grow, and continue to write. Not everyone will like your writing. In fact, even best-selling authors have critics. God designed us all differently. So our tastes are different. That means what we write will be liked by some, and disliked by others.  When it comes down to it, you can either give up or keep pressing on. So, what do you do when something happens to discourage you on your writing path? Pray.  In many ways, this is a given. As a Christian, my writing is a calling. I’ve felt it since I was aRead More →

From the plots swirling in my mind to the words flowing from my fingertips to the keyboard, I love writing. There’s one caveat to that. I am always learning to become a better writer. This year, I’ve added several writing resources to my shelf that I love to use in my time of need. How to Write a Novel Using the Snowflake Method by Randy Ingermanson. If you’ve spent anytime in writing circles, you know that many writers are known as either planners, pantsers, or something in-between. In other words, either you plan each moment from beginning to end, you write at the seat of yourRead More →