Writing – Worldbuilding

I think a lot about writing. How I write, why I write. How I can explain to others how to write. I just did an interview (not yet released) and we discussed things that are pertinent to the writing process – character development, that type of thing. I thought I should put together some thoughts on how I approach writing in general. I hope they’ll be of some use to someone!

NaNoWriMo reflections: Day 1

Good morning readers/fellow writers! It's day 2 of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). Against my probably-better judgment, I decided to do it (or try). I am currently editing Novel 2 (Aestus, Book 2: The Colony), which takes a ton of time and effort, and yet I couldn’t resist joining NaNoWriMo again this year. There’s just [...]

Reflections on writing my (first) novel

Rocky landscape with sunset light

Hello! It’s almost NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month), and I’m debating whether to write novel 3 while also trying to get novel 2 (the second half of my epic sci-fi series Aestus) ready for publication.  I’m very tempted. In the meantime, I have been remiss in updating this blog and I apologize. It’s been a [...]

On Writing and Pandemic-Land

I did not expect to write a novel and then find myself doing the editing process from my room. I write in coffee shops. I practically live in coffee shops. And now I'm stuck inside, my options being essentially my room, my living room (where my roommate works on her grad school assignments), or my [...]