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#ChanceChallenge: September Writing Challenge

Hi guys! So...for the past few weeks, I've been thinking a lot about my current WIP. I'm so in love with it, but it's been some time since I've actually worked on it. This is largely due to the fact that I had a baby and moved to a new place and just didn't have the physical or emotional capabilities to give it the time it deserved. However, things have settled down, and I've decided that it's been sitting on the back burner for far too long. I'm ready to dive back in, and not only that, but I'm ready to bust my butt and bring that story to life. It took me 3 and 1/2 years to write KEEPER, and if I want to progress my career as a writer, I need to keep putting books out there--and it can't t

GUEST POST: In Defense of Pantsing by Dana Mele

Hi guys! Happy Friday! I have a super fun guest post for you today! One of the most frequent questions I get asked is "are you a plotter or a pantser?" Even though I'm a plotter myself, I've always been super intrigued by the idea of "writing by the seat of your pants." Dana Mele, a fellow Electric 18, is here to tell us why she's pantser. Dana's debut, People Like Us, is set to release in February. Thanks for joining us, Dana! Take it away! :) In Defense of Pantsing by Dana Mele I should amend that title. I'm not a pure pantser. A pure pantser, by definition, opens a blank document and writes with no outline, no scene skeletons, no bulletin board plastered with numbered index cards connecte

10K Giveaway!

I've officially hit 10,000 subscribers on YouTube! That is so amazing! Thank you guys so much for all of the support! It means the world to me! To celebrate, I'm giving away a SIGNED ARC of my debut novel, KEEPER! Enter below! :)

GUEST POST: What to do when You're on a Ship of the Dead by Devon Taylor

Hello everyone! Happy Hump Day! I don't know about you, but I've always loved Wednesdays! There's something so thrilling about knowing you've made it to that midway point in the week and that the weekend is fast approaching! This week I've been busy with client edits, vlogs, my kids, and endless to-do list! I'm still trying to get used to my new normal, and I must admit, I'm feeling a little bit like a chicken with my head cut off...BUT I will solider on! Just gotta take it one day at a time with a smile on my face, right? Speaking of smiles, I have a super fun guest post for you today! Devon Taylor, a fellow 2018 debuting author, is here to give us the lowdown on how to survive when you sud

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