Product Review: Grammarly

Grammarly is one of the world’s top writing editing software programs. Between its versatility in academic, business, creative, technical, medical, novel and blog writing, it has some differences between its rival, ProWritingAid.

Giving Life to Old Scenery

When a writer is bored with their scenery, it reflects in their writing. Readers will know and eventually criticize in reviews, or put the book down before finishing. Therefore, this post will discuss how to change up some of those boring scenes and revive them into something new and refreshing.


For the last few days, I've been plotting my next several projects. Some PMed or left me email, asking about my drafting process, which facilitated this post. I’m working on my second outline out of five, so I expect to be busy for a while. There is no right way to draft when referring to planning ...

Three Reasons Why Rough Drafts are Important

I’m going back to basics today and will explain three reasons why rough drafts are important. (I know, some of you may be looking at me strange, but I swear it’s true. Everyone in each profession does this. What do you think a business plan is?) So let’s get to it, shall we?   #1: Your rough draft is ...

Three Important Steps To Character Evolution

Once, there was a girl who was clueless on how to make a good character bio. Instead, she wrote a 75 page backstory and thought she nailed her main characters down. Because this was when she first started writing, she just ended up more confused about how to find out her character goals and her motivation. Then she couldn't figure out ...

How Much Is Too Much Research?

When researching about a product or novel, you want to think carefully about how to approach something you don’t know. Some take a hands on approach while others are more cautious and use the internet. This post discusses how some research can be taken too far and how to prevent yourself from serious consequences.   Make sure ...

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