Sometimes, when reading, you may come to the dilemma that you just despise the main character. Or, at the very least, very much dislike them. And then you're stuck with the problem of if you should DNF the book because you don't want to handle the main protagonist annoying you, or if you should stick … Continue reading How Likeable Do Characters Have To Be?
Update time! So we're on Day 8 of National Novel Writing Month and things have been okay for me. I got off to a good start, meeting my goal every day. But starting on Monday I started slipping behind because of schoolwork and stuff. And hopefully I'll be able to recuperate, but sometimes the little things (a … Continue reading Writing Wednesday #2: NaNoWriMo Day 8
After coming down from that candy sugar high, many of those in the writing community have dived into a new goal that doesn't involve swindling extra candy from their gullible neighbors: NaNoWriMo. If you don't know what NaNoWriMo is, in short, it stands for National Novel Writing Month and is a month where aspiring and … Continue reading Writing Wednesday #1: NaNoWriMo + Updates
April, July, and November are some of the most writing intensive months for some people, especially myself. From steep word goals to even steeper personal goals, these are months where everyone seems to be writing like they're running out of time. But hidden underneath is the subtle undertone that makes Camp NaNoWriMo (April & July) … Continue reading NaNoWriMo vs. Camp NaNoWriMo
The Wattys is a time of year where people are in a scramble to start books, finish books, and all around get their books ready for this annual contest. In doing all of this, a lot of people wonder how much of a chance their book has to win. Now, Wattpad says that it's based … Continue reading The Wattys 2017
There have been so many articles about so-called ‘Grammar Nazis’ (this is one among many other terms for them). The most recent one I have read was in Wattmag Issue #2 which I found somewhat controversial. On Wattpad, inline comments are enabled, and it can be a great tool for feedback, but it can also be … Continue reading Grammar Nazis