Writing with a Full-Time Job / Life – Taking the CHALLENGE of writing THROUGHOUT the day

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.

START crushing your CREATIVE project! [Video Post]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ik_XnABrAA0 Hope you're enjoying the video posts. Leave me a comment on here or YouTube if you are! (I meant to post this Wednesday! Sorry :/ ) -Curtis

90,000 Words Later – What I learned from writing a fantasy novel . . .

Recently, I finished drafting, revising, and editing my manuscript for The Witch's Uprising, a medieval-inspired fantasy for teens, young adults, and adults. It took me more time than I wanted, but it was worth every bit of effort.

At 90,000 words, my manuscript is longer than I originally planned. I'm proud to say that I've finished something of this magnitude, and I hope it will be one of many projects in years to come. . .

Are you already prepping for NaNoWriMo? My thoughts – Please share yours!

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.

What just happened? Why I had to temporarily stop writing and re-asses how I create . . .

In the last two weeks, I have not written a single word, despite my original goal of reaching 180-300 hours of writing this summer. Why? A Downward Spiral of Inactivity My relationship with time management is a funny one. For weeks at a time, I feel like the most productive person ever, and then, for … Continue reading What just happened? Why I had to temporarily stop writing and re-asses how I create . . .