Writers use a variety of literary devices in their work. One such device is symbolism: using words, people, locations or ideas to represent something other than their obvious meaning. Symbols … Continue reading Using Symbolism In Your Writing
Happy New Year, everyone! It’s January 2021: the beginning of a brand new year. This is the time when people generally set goals and make resolutions. I’m not the ‘resolutions’ … Continue reading Back To Basics
Here it is, folks: the end of 2020. The last dance. The grand finale. Some bloggers like to end the year by reflecting upon it: they look back at all … Continue reading The End of 2020
You’ve probably seen those ads online for freelance writing jobs. I especially like the ones that expect you to pay a fee in order to have access to jobs. The … Continue reading I Tried Ghost Writing Once–And Didn’t Like It
Chances are, your local public library has shelves that are lines with thousands of books. Readers have plenty to choose from. If you’ve published a book and it’s available at … Continue reading Lola Vencent is a HPL Favorite
NaNoWriMo isn’t the only time of the year when writers put words on paper. Throughout the year, from January until December, we crank out a few words here and there, in whatever time we can manage. If you have a job apart from writing, as I have, it isn’t always easy to find the time […]Writer’s Resource: Turning Life Into Fiction —
We’ve reached the final month of 2020 (thank God, right?!). December. The twelfth month. Last call. For me, December means two things: my birthday and Woolaston Entertainment’s birthday. Yes, I … Continue reading December is Woolaston Entertainment’s Month
Hello! It’s day eighteen of NaNoWriMo. I hope everyone’s project is going well. Hopefully you’re meeting your writing goals. If not, keep trying! Keep writing, no matter what. I know … Continue reading How’s Your NaNoWriMo Project Going?
Ask yourself this question: how often do I visit my local library? Yes, I know there’s a pandemic and many businesses are either closed or have restricted hours, but many … Continue reading Let’s Visit the Public Library!
Welcome to the middle of November! Its also the middle of NaNoWriMo. This is the halfway point! So, now what? First of all, don’t stress yourself. There isn’t a written … Continue reading The NaNoWriMo Halfway Point