[Luna Station Quarterly] Another 3 Opening Lines from SFF Books

Happy Friday, all! Are you ready for MORE opening line critiques? I hope so! This week I talk about Circe, House of Salt and Sorrows, and The Invisible Life of Addie Larue. in this LSQ blog post. Leave a comment on their blog to let me know which is your favorite!

23 David Rose Gifs That Perfectly Describe The Writing Process

“I’m obsessed with this.” – David Rose if he read this article (probably) When a new project idea pops into your head even though you haven’t finished the other 17. When you write 150 words after three days of nothing. When your critique partner ~doesn’t get~ a scene you poured your heart and soul into […]

[Scribbler] 7 Reasons to Keep Going After Facing Rejection

Hi all, happy Friday! This is one of my favorite posts I’ve written for Scribbler. Rejection sucks y’all, but it’s an inescapable part of the wonderful world of writing! The best part: you are never alone in rejections. Writers, agents, and editors all feel the sting of it in their careers! How do you find […]

[Luna Station Quarterly] Three SFF Opening Lines and Why They’re Intriguing

Hi all, happy Friday! Today, I’m sharing the first in a new series for 2021 – SFF Opening Lines! Each post, I’ll examine 3 – 4 SFF novels’ opening lines and discuss why they’re intriguing (or how I think they could be better). Read the first installment below, which analyzes the first lines of Illuminae, […]

[Luna Station Quarterly] Review: Kingdom of the Wicked

Hi all, happy Friday! Today, I’m sharing my review of KINGDOM OF THE WICKED (Kerri Maniscalco) from Luna Station Quarterly’s blog. I gave the book a 3.5/5. A snippet of the review: Overall, it was good, not great. I’m bummed because I really wanted to fall in love with this new series (and tried!) but […]


Hi all, happy Friday! Today, I’m sharing a blog post all about characterization. When writing, I tend to forgo characterization sheets and pursue out-of-the-box ways to understand/learn more about my characters. Take a look at this blog post to read some of the methods I use to accomplish this, including cooking a meal with your […]


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