Ramble Writing – My Advice to Writers with a Strong Inner Critic

As a writer with an overpowering inner critic, this is the best discovery I’ve made. It’s freed me to be more creative, write more, and think more clearly. Before you run away, I’m not talking about free writing.

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Speculative Fiction v. Literary Fiction – What’s Up with the Literary Snobs?

What’s the deal with literary fiction? That’s a question I asked myself repeatedly for several years, probably up until two or so years ago. Why are sci-fi and fantasy (and other styles of fiction) sometimes looked down on? Also a good question. Today, I’m sharing my thoughts on these topics.

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3 Tools I Use All the Time To Write

Writing can be hard enough without all the various technical distractions or challenges that come alongside as peripheral problems. Here are three tools I use all the time to help me proofread and edit, give me peace of mind, and focus on my writing.

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What’s on My Bookshelf? | Book Recommendations

I recently was shuffling around my bookshelf, updating the books based on my current reading interests. I thought it may be interesting to share, perhaps recommend, and pass along these books!

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Stop Saying These Things to Writers | Writing Pet Peeves

We’ve all got those things that people do or say that really annoys us, but we just grin and bear it. And when it comes to writing, all writers have their specific peeves. Here are some of mine.

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