As we wrap up January (wow that feels weird to type) I wanted to share a collection of my favorite quotes about writing and art in general. Enjoy! “They who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those dream only by night.” – Edgar Allan Poe “If you don’t see the bookContinue reading “My FAVORITE Writing Quotes”
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I’m still in a state of shock over my book being published. I’m so glad I found the courage to finally write this story I’ve been mulling over forever and now sharing it with everyone. I thought it would be fun to share the process of how I wrote my story. The Idea ThisContinue reading “Writing Process Insight”
When I write I find that music helps me concentrate, and I always try to find music that goes with the theme of what I’m writing at the time. In the case of A Royal Mind, I felt it had a Celtic feeling to it and I found a playlist on Spotify that served asContinue reading “Spotify Playlist for Writing”
Last year I did 25 Days of Christmas books- well at least I tried to do all 25 days but I struggled a little to do them all between school and general life. This year instead of having to find time to read and review 25 books I was inspired by Pinterest and chose toContinue reading “Christmas Writing Challenge 2021”
Mulan’s Lunar New Year, by Natasha Yim, with illustrations by Sophie Li, is a wonderful mix of a Disney favorite and the celebration of the Chinese Lunar New Year. It’s so important for kids to learn about other cultures, and honestly as an adult I’ve never really learned anything about the Lunar New Year untilContinue reading “Celebrating Culture: Lunar New Year 2021”
This month, as part of the our 2021 reading adventure, the goal is to read something new. A new book, a new genre, as long as it’s something you haven’t read before it counts. I’m not the best at trying new things, I’m better than I used to be, but I could still do better.Continue reading “Try Something New”