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On Getting Edits During NaNoWriMo

Hello everyone! This Wednesday’s post is about National Novel Writing Month. As some of y’all know, we are FOUR days into it! So it’s fitting to do a post focused on a concept… the concept of getting edits during National Novel Writing Month! EDITS SHOULD NEVER BOG YOU DOWN As a writer, I understand that…

✨My Pinterest Aesthetic Board✨

these photos on my boards do not belong to me. please follow all the creators, if you want, to help support them! warning: So today i am trying to gain some *aesthetic* by not capitalizing my i’s or my sentences. hello everyone!today i am announcing my pinterest aesthetic board… a new sort of “bonus” post…

Fahrenheit 451 Review

💙💙💙💙/5 Blurb: Guy Montag is a fireman. His job is to destroy the most illegal of commodities, the printed book, along with the houses in which they are hidden. Montag never questions the destruction and ruin his actions produce, returning each day to his bland life and wife, Mildred, who spends all day with her…

Rebranding of Ava Rose Writes & More

Hello friends! It’s been a while since I posted here, but here I go again, hoping I stick to a schedule!  As y’all have probably noticed I updated Ava Rose Writes and did a total rebrand! I hope it is more aesthetically pleasing and will suit me better for the future! As y’all all probably…

How To Get a Stuck Story Unstuck

This post is by Thomas Sheltrown, writer at Life After Seventeen. He has amazing Christian articles AND writing advice! Go check his blog out! Without further ado, here is his post! I’m a chronic Pantser, which means I rarely plan out my stories. And with no planning means my stories get stuck all the time.…

Why Do I Write Dark Stories?

Hello everyone! Today I am answering the question Why write dark, sinister stories? With everything Christian-living related on my blog, it may seem that I don’t write stories filled with darkness; that I look on the bright side of life every time I write. Let’s just say I don’t.  I love writing dark stories, putting…

Writing Advice: 2 ways to make good characters

When creating your first book, it is great that you have believable characters to kick your reader into your story. Today I will be going over two very important things to make your character not only believable, but human. You will find out that these two things will help your novel, and they are super…

Interview with Author E. C. Colton

Hello everyone! Today I have an interview from E. C. Colton, a blogger and author! She is so inspirational and you can find more of her work at her blog at this link. Without further ado, let’s jump in! Can you tell me a little bit about yourself?  I’m a cat-loving published author with a…

Interview with Sophia Small

So today I am going to be interviewing a fellow writer and blogger, Sophia Small! Recently she has re-launched her blog, Tea Stained Adventures (which you can find here!) and has a new thing on there where you can get a pen-pal! Be sure to check that out. Well, here is the interview! QUESTION: Hi,…

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