Inspiration, Writing

Quote of the Week (9)

Good morning! This week's inspirational writing quote of the week is a great example of how to write descriptively without telling the audience. As creators, let's work on showing versus telling so the imaginations of our readers can run wild. Have a great week, and be inspired! #staycreative


Choosing the Right Point of View

Writing is a versatile art form that allows authors to convey stories, ideas, and emotions in a multitude of ways. One of the fundamental choices a writer must make revolves around choosing the right point of view (POV) from which they will tell their story. Point of view shapes the narrative, influences the reader's perspective,… Continue reading Choosing the Right Point of View

Inspiration, Writing

Crafting a Dynamic Main Character

In the realm of storytelling, the main character is the heart and soul of your narrative. They are the lens through which readers experience your world, the one whose journey they invest in, and the character whose transformation they eagerly follow. Crafting a dynamic main character is essential for any successful novel, as it provides… Continue reading Crafting a Dynamic Main Character

Inspiration, Writing

Writing in Active Voice

In the realm of effective communication, the choice of words is paramount. Among the many tools at a writer's disposal, the active voice stands as a beacon of clarity and impact. Writing in active voice empowers your sentences, making them more engaging and direct. Whether you're crafting an essay, writing a story, a business proposal,… Continue reading Writing in Active Voice

Lifestyle & Home

Guided Access: How to Use It

Have a baby or kid who loves to touch your phone and lock you out of it? Well, I've found a solution--Guided Access. Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on This past week I learned a new trick on my iPhone--thanks to my husband--and believe that it should be shared with everyone. Obviously, if you don't… Continue reading Guided Access: How to Use It