Fiction Genre Breakdown

Do you read fiction? (God, I hope if you're reading this the answer is a big fat YES!) When trying to describe what genre I read, I usually say, "Good fiction." I know. Pretty ambiguous. Thankfully I recently read an article where the author gave a friction break down that really explained it well: Commercial... Continue Reading →

Reluctant Writing Tips

    I enjoy reading about the writing process in an effort to improve, but ultimately, what works for me, works for me. I worry about become too conscious of writing, something I think should be natural. Most of the tips I hear seem like common sense, so I hesitate to share my own practices.... Continue Reading →

Write Out of the Rut

Ten beautiful things you can do while procrastinating on your novel: Refill your coffee Try and find just the right music, but spend twenty minutes discovering new music Check your email Touch up your pedicure Read someone else's blog on creativity Check your voicemail Refill your coffee Straighten up your desk Refill your coffee Put... Continue Reading →

Finding Felina

"How long have you been writing?"  or "When did you know you wanted to be a writer?" I really hate those two questions, only because I don't have a distinct answer. I'm usually very linear with goals, but writing has been a passion full of starts and stops. I took a creative writing class when... Continue Reading →

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