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Struggling to Work-at-Home

Hello, readers and writers! Today's post is inspired by one of my good online writer friends, Assistant Melissa, who has been an incredibly supportive Twitter friend of mine for a while now. A few weeks ago, I read one of her blog posts on working from home, and the advice she gave was amazing. If… Continue reading Struggling to Work-at-Home

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How To Battle Insecurities in Writing

Hello, readers and writers! This week I'm covering the insecurities we all feel while pursuing a career in writing. Our craft isn't a simple road to go down, and it's one that's often challenged by many outside forces. We may have limited support from friends and family while also battling the realism of life. Real… Continue reading How To Battle Insecurities in Writing

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My Evolution Into the World of Romance

Hello, readers and writers! I'm updating an older post this week because oldies can still be goodies, right? Over the last year since I started this blog, I've grown as a writer, media influencer, and graphic designer. That's not to say I'm a professional offering these services for money or anything, but they help me… Continue reading My Evolution Into the World of Romance

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How to Write Powerful Sex Scenes

Hello, readers and writers! Today I'll be discussing sex scenes and what's important while writing them. I've been told by those who have read No Expectations and the few beta-readers I had look at the manuscript of Escape that my sex scenes are the most dominant part of my writing. I take that 100% as… Continue reading How to Write Powerful Sex Scenes

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Blogging Must: Planning Ahead

Hello, readers and writers! Today I'll be discussing something I've been having a significant amount of trouble with when it comes to blogging. You've heard it from me often, and that's how busy I've been trying to finish my undergrad degree and get prepared for life outside of college. I mean, what is adulthood anyway?… Continue reading Blogging Must: Planning Ahead