As someone who's been doing National Novel Writing Month for the past six years, I was excited to the point of fangirling by the opportunity to write for their Camp Nano blog. In true bookworm form, I wrote about books. You can read my blog post here.
Tamora Pierce was one of my favorite authors during my adolescence. Though I haven't read her books in a while, they still hold a special place in my heart and on my shelf. Read about her Immortals series in my new Magus Blog article.
Continuing on the theme of jumpstarting one's creativity with great and unnecessary side projects, let's talk about Story A Day. Story A Day is a challenge, often called the Nanowrimo of short stories, that dares you to start and finish one story everyday of May (and sometimes September). There are no word limits on the stories and no... Continue Reading →
On Writing is not a typical writing book. For one thing, it isn't an instructional manual, it doesn't give the reader a step by step break down of the process and it only has one, albeit rather interesting, writing exercise prompt. For another thing, it's written by Stephen King. King puts his own stamp on... Continue Reading →