Tweeting and Writing

A year ago I wasn’t a big twitter user. I didn’t know how to utilize it and I didn’t really understand how it would benefit me. Now the twitter addiction is strong. Believe it or not as a aspiring writer, established writer, and even just a reader twitter can be the best way for you to get to know your favorite authors and get the latest news on what is happening in the industry.

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Historical LGBT Books That Inspire Me!

Happy Pride Month everyone! Now is the perfect time to recommend some of my favorite LGBTQ historical books.

I have a deep love for historical LGBTQ books, mostly because they show that queer people have existed since the dawn of time and I find different eras posed their own unique problems that are different contemporary queer romance . While there are a lot of ones that take place in England I’ve made sure to start with some different time periods and different countries first.

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Stay Motivated and On Track: Start A Writing Calendar

This year my resolution is to think of my writing as a career, which is hard when you’re already juggling a career and are still in the Revising stages of your novel. Two months into the new year and I am sure I’m not the only one who has to constantly remind myself of my goals and to write every day, still staying motivated is hard.

Which is why I’ve come to adopt a new process this year which has helped me stay on track and remember my goals. Ladies and Gentlemen… The Writing Calendar.

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