In today's vlog, I respond to Vivian Reis and her tips on how to write with a full-time job / full-time life. Links are in the description to her video and all resources mentioned.
As I research and study several avenues of self-publication, online publication, and author-related social media, I notice that I often daydream about writing new pieces outside of my mainline series. It would be nice to draft a quick 50,000 word novel, if only to have fun writing with others. I'd like to reconnect with the joy of cooking something from scratch / partially prepped.
Here are my questions to you:
-Are you thinking of participating in NaNoWriMo?
-Are you already prepping for November?
-Are you working on something else?
Share your thoughts in any case! I WANT TO KNOW.
Happy Sunday, everyone! I just wanted to get some feedback from you this week. I'm trying to make an effective posting schedule without bogging you down with too many posts. Let me know! -Curtis If you're new, you can start here.
Whenever I finish a book, I usually consult a reading list, pick a book from a stack, or go to my online reading communities via book blogs or vlogs. When you can't decide what to read next, what do you do? What's next on your reading list?
Work consumes time, and sometimes it takes us outside of our average working hours. Whether your task is creative, administrative, organizational, manual, or a combination of the above, any one of these 25 questions may help inspire you to embrace the challenges of your job, hobby, or side-hustle.
Even taking a silent minute to mentally answer one of these questions may change your day.
Here's a coffee question for this week: Do you have an art blog where you post your images and/or creative process? If not, do you post your work on any other photo-sharing or portfolio sites? Feel free to post a link to your site in the comments so we may visit and see your work! I'm so … Continue reading Do you have an art blog where you post your images and creative process? Join the conversation.
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Knowing that there is a wealth of people interested in fantasy fiction, world building, swords and sorcery, magic, and medieval-inspired stories and novels, we couldn't help but pose this question this week. If you like to read or write fantasy fiction, like this post, and comment!