Write, write, write…
My journey is ongoing and I have so many things to write and fill you on. Especially on where my career is. With all this writing and planning, I am aiming to hit my goals and become a successful writer.
All that was fun, and I’d honestly do it over again but it’s time to get down to business and pivot toward the right direction so that I can focus on my writing career and accomplish my writing goals.
I am not perfect and mistakes are bound to happen when writing. But if these mistakes distract readers from the story then this mistake has got to be dealt with. Because when I publish a story ( and soon a novel ) I want people to read my story and enjoy its events, not be distracted by my grammar
With low maintenance, I get to make money doing something I’m already doing, writing fiction…
I have always struggled with work management and attaining productivity that produced good and progressing results. But … I think I’ve gotten into a really effective groove.
Honestly, I’m sort of laughing at these three clues because although they are accurate clues, the story is nothing like what these three sound like alone.
Wanting to find a routine or strategy to help me move past a couple of pages I stumbled upon outlining and plotting in my research and web surfing.
Though when writing I did notice how tricky it could be when deciding where to place these natural imperfections. People process text and speech differently. So while I do want my dialogue (for that text and on) to exhibit the kind of imperfections that natural speech has, I can’t just place them anywhere and everywhere. That’ll just make my dialogue hard to understand and more unnatural…
I was successful with moving this story along past a couple of pages. Except I just started the story over. Deleting most of it, saving only a paragraph or two…But how do I actually get the book done and write past a few pages?
after you figure out your writing goals and min-goals (things you’re aiming for related to writing) come up with a plan of action. The plan of action can best be recorded or illustrated as a road map. This road map put outlines and organizes your goal into a plan of action.
Every writing session won’t be perfect or the same. But if I have the chance or am faced with the opportunity to be more productive in writing sessions I can apply these adjustments & accommodations to write more and write better.
But then I realized I am unable to point out my weakness, especially the biggest ones, because I am not separate from my writing: unable to analyze my writing unbiasedly, I
I was un-healthily taking too long to get my first words down draining myself of all my inspiration and ideas…
Questions and more questions can continue to form, trying to decide what type of writing to do. What should I write? is a question that I had to ask myself over and over again when I got serious…
And after taking the right creative writing class that had me writing one or two pieces every week, I knew more than the first time I “knew” that I wanted to write.
This journey isn’t easy and it would be unfair to only write about the highs. I have lows too because being a writer is not easy
The Trials and Tribulations of a Writer is a new series that’ll encapsulate my thoughts, struggles, questions, and in-time journey as a writer. I got the title from an amazing professor I had last semester. And even though this post will be the first in the series, I already love the series so much. The series doesn’t have tight deadlines, leaves room for more creativity, doesn’t have a specific length goal, and just allows me to let loose. And I thought that I’d have a lot of things to say for January but I guess not. Anyways here is the…
What was writing like for me this week? Well, I have a writing quota to reach every week and so many things to write. Some days are better than others but word by word I’m moving forward.
I am learning A LOT so I have tons of tips, stories, and words on the lessons I’ve learned.
However long it takes, there needs to be some season for focusing on (some level of) mastery in the art of writing before actively working toward publishing a book or piece
I soon realized that I was burnt out. So I took a vacation and it is the best thing I have done to further my writing so far…
And now when I look into my google docs I have multiple pieces in progress: I am juggling them all to the finish line…after a week or so I noticed that I had almost abandoned some of my older pieces.
I love my blog and sharing the things I’m learning. The best part is that this blog makes me money here’s how much I’ve made so far with the blog and with my other writing endeavors.