How to Make Relatable Characters: Part 1 {How to Keep Readers Interested}

Welcome to the first post in this series! (second?) (by the way, make sure to catch the announcement post for it here!) When reading a book, readers see what's going on in the story through the main character. They interpret the actions of all the other side characters based on how the main character does. Unless, of … Continue reading How to Make Relatable Characters: Part 1 {How to Keep Readers Interested}

Things I’ve Learned from NaNoWriMo: Sprinting

Traveling into the dark abyss called my archives, I found that I've written about this subject before. But at the time, I called it spurts. I also actually stopped doing it until NaNoWriMo. Yay me. Blog post on writing in sprints, take two. Recap: Week 1 – Saving Your Work Week 2 – Your Writing … Continue reading Things I’ve Learned from NaNoWriMo: Sprinting