authors, Life, WIP, Writing, Writing Craft, Writing Habit

5 Ways to Write (Without Actually Writing)

Hullo, world! I must convey to you how happy I am to be writing this post. In the month I took a rest from blogging, I realised just how much I missed it. I’ve actually been blogging for almost five years counting my Japanese and science blogs, and blogging is one thing that sparks joy… Continue reading 5 Ways to Write (Without Actually Writing)

WIP, Writing, Writing Habit

5 Things To Do When Your Story is Stuck

Hullo, world! It’s another brilliant Wednesday morning. We are finally done with gloomy rainy days and back in sunshine mode here on the west coast. Ever since (two days) I started waking up at the time I used to, God has blessed the day with the most dazzling weather. Mayhaps all I need to do… Continue reading 5 Things To Do When Your Story is Stuck

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Welcome to the Doms! (WIP + Camp NaNoWriMo update)

Happy (Early) Mother’s Day! Honestly, there’s so much happening right now that I am so glad I have my mother with me. She’s the most amazing homeschool mom that I know of, and when I grow up, I want to be just like her. (I could write a whole another blog post on this topic.)… Continue reading Welcome to the Doms! (WIP + Camp NaNoWriMo update)

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The Quarantined Characters Tag

Hullo, world! It’s another bright spring day, and I have found just the thing for you people shut up inside the house.  Announcing: The Quarantined Characters Tag! This tag was first developed by Kelly, and I found the tag via Merie Shen’s blog. A big shoutout to the two of them! Basically, in this tag,… Continue reading The Quarantined Characters Tag

WIP, Writing

Woodstone Abbey

The Go-To Stats: Status: Outlining, Brainstorming Word Count: 79K/ Aiming for 100K+ Genre: Science Fantasy Audience: Young Adult Woodstone Abbey Pinterest Board Story, &c. Woodstone Abbey is a prestigious institution of the Arts--or magic, as our world calls it. It is located in the World Next Doors, and one can enter it only by divine intervention...S.… Continue reading Woodstone Abbey

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It’s Okay Even If Your Writing Is Terrible

Hello, World! I am back again for the Love, Author series. Since all the craziness of the COVID19 in the world. I’ve been shut up in my house, running bunch of marathons. Yesterday, we watched Aladdin and Eternal Zero. For those of you who do not know, Eternal Zero is about a special attack unit… Continue reading It’s Okay Even If Your Writing Is Terrible

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3 Reasons to Fangirl/Fanboy Your Characters

Ha, ha, ha, I have arrived! Yes, I’m still lingering on the borderline of writing blog posts on Saturdays~Sundays, maybe Monday? deal. So you will find it to be published on either of those days. Although, analytics tells me that Saturday is really the best day to do it, so I should probably be listening… Continue reading 3 Reasons to Fangirl/Fanboy Your Characters

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Elijacomb Alexei Fleur the Seventeenth

Okay, so this is not set in stone yet, but I already love this story idea, so I'll try to get into it. It all depends on what I'll do for NaNoWriMo. The Go-To Stats: Status: Outlining, Brainstorming Word Count: Aiming for 80K+ Genre: Fantasci? Audience: Middlegrade Elijacomb Pinterest Board The thing is, I'm not entirely… Continue reading Elijacomb Alexei Fleur the Seventeenth

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Elektriem (The Less-Temporary Title)

The Go-To Stats: Status: Outlining, Brainstorming Word Count: (38K)Aiming for 100K+ Genre: Science Fiction Audience: Young Adult Elektriem Pinterest Board Story Under Construction and Revision Character Collages I actually couldn’t find the exact likeness, but this’ll do… Don’t ask me why there’s a railroad track. I just like the idea. The arsonist! The ship is… Continue reading Elektriem (The Less-Temporary Title)

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Juliet the 1100th (Temporary Title)

Stats (Because we love logical things before the nonesense of the book): Word Count: 158 K, Editing Genre: Science Fiction (Obviously) Audience: Young Adult J1100 Pinterest Board Definition: 1st Set of Analogy and examples of where they are used most commonly Lisa–a genius who wastes her time getting kicked out of schools Example: “How scintillating… Continue reading Juliet the 1100th (Temporary Title)