Category Archives: Writing World

What It Means To Develop “Thick Skin”

When you’re a writer, you’re told early on to develop a “thick skin.” Publishers and magazines and agents are going reject you. Readers aren’t going to like you. You can’t take it personally. Blah, blah. But what does that actually mean? Recently, I listened to someone complain about how hurt they are by negative reviews.… Continue Reading

Updates & Fun Stuff :)

Guys!! LOL! 😀 In an effort to keep myself from burning out, while WHISPER (finally getting an all caps upgrade!) is with the editor, I’m going to take a small writing break, kind of, and dive into a pile of books. Not head first, of course, because books are hard. 🙂 The “kind of” is… Continue Reading

Let’s Talk: How Long Does It Really Take To Write A Book

There is a misconception in the writing world that if a book is written in under a certain time frame, say, one year, that said book can’t possibly be any good. Obviously, as a relatively fast writer, I used to find this mindset offensive. But then I started thinking: am I really that fast of… Continue Reading