• 4 Productivity Hacks for the Busy Blogger

    Four Productivity Hacks for Busy Bloggers - the strategies you need to get it all done

    Staying productive can be difficult, especially if you’re running a side hustle, a blog, working full time, or juggling any multitude of responsibilities. Even though you’re [hopefully] doing these things because you enjoy them, that doesn’t mean you have to spend all of your time on work. Because I run a freelance business, a personal…

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  • Why Every Writer Needs a Writer’s Notebook

    I have a confession to make: I’m obsessed with notebooks. Moleskines, compositions, spiral-bound, leather, it doesn’t matter! I’ve been collecting and using notebooks since I can remember, and while I’ve managed to rein in my collection over the last few years, I still have plenty of empty notebooks to use up. What’s a girl to…

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  • The Ultimate Character Questionnaire

    The Ultimate Character Questionnaire

    I’ve written about the basics of developing characters before, but this post is a more in-depth resource for character development. In this ultimate character questionnaire, I’ve compiled a list of questions, traits, and more to help you develop rich characters for your next novel, short story, or script. While not every question/prompt will be applicable to…

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  • Four Types of Editing Every Writer Needs to Know About

    Four Types of Editing Every Author Needs to Know About | Between the Lines Editorial

    You’ve finished your manuscript or draft and it’s time for editing. But did you know that there are multiple types of editing? What kind of editing do you need? This is dependent upon your skill level and the current state of your manuscript. Keep in mind that a manuscript typically requires several types of editing,…

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  • The Basic Anatomy of a Developed Character

    The Basics of Creating Developed Characters | Between the Lines Editorial

    One of the main reasons I’m drawn to a book is because of the characters. Story and plot are important, but without developed characters to drive that story forward, a great plot is useless. Creating a complete character might seem easy, but there are various components that go into the character development process. Today, I’m sharing…

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