All posts tagged: guest post

Remembering Compassion While Fulfilling Your Passion: Guest Post by Phoenix Grey

Welcome to this week’s edition of “Wisdom from the Writer’s Journal.” This week, I have the pleasure of turning over the pad and pen to a wonderful blogger and writer Phoenix Grey. Bio: “I have been writing seriously for the past three years, though I don’t have anything published beyond what’s on my blog. I write fantasy fiction, and sometimes science fiction. I love to share my stories, and I love to read anything I come across. Words are what I feel comfortable with, they take me to other worlds and inspire me every day.” To find out more about Phoenix Grey you can do so by following her on these social media platforms: Blog: phoenixgrey85.wordpress.com Twitter:  https://twitter.com/phoenixgrey85 Now on to her amazing offering of wisdom! Compassion In Writing by Phoenix Grey One thing I’ve learned about writing is that it requires commitment. Especially for big projects like novels. It takes time. It takes passion. The best advice I’ve received is to write every day, but what when this isn’t possible? What when you’ve set yourself a …

The Origin of Ideas & How I Capture Them: Guest Post with Simon

Welcome to this week’s edition of Wisdom From the Writer’s Journal. This week I have the pleasure of passing the ‘pen & pad’ to my blogging pal, Simon of Planet Simon. Just to get you all acquainted, Simon would like to share a bit about himself, and how you can get in contact with him. Bio: I’m Simon and I’m an engineer from the UK who’s recently found a love of writing. I write for mainly the Science Fiction and Fantasy genres. I currently have no books to my name but I’m writing short stories and perfecting my craft as I go.   I’m currently working on my first book but as this is new and I’m trying to do this right progress is slow. But I’m always having new ideas and making sure I keep them safe so that one day I can turn the seed into a great tree! Links to find me are: Planet Simon- http://www.sfarnell.wordpress.com http://www.Universeofpossibility.wordpress.com For my email – come and visit my sites, where you should find my email …

The Balancing Act: How to Balance Blog Life by Kristin

Hello, and welcome to this week’s addition of Wisdom from the Writer’s Journal.  Today we have with us Kristin, the mastermind, and wordsmith of The Pursuit of Another Adventure: A Chic Lit Blog.  Not only is she a great blogger, but she is also an Indie author. To find out more about her, you can do so by following her blog, or follower her on Twitter.  Without further ado, here are 9 things Kristin recommends for us to better balance our Blogging lives. 1. Get Up Early Easier said than done.  If I get up one hour before I usually do to get ready for work I never have the excuse to not blog.  And when no one else is awake yet, you get a lot done. The only way to get up early one day is to set an alarm and go to bed early the next night. 2. Pick Your Place I prefer to write in quiet.  I like to be alone with my thoughts.  But some people like to be in busy coffee …

Escapades of an Indie Author & Publisher by Rachael Ritchey: 7 Ways Blogging Makes You a Better Creative Writer:

*Welcome to this week’s addition Wisdom from the Writer’s Journal. It is my pleasure to pass the pen off to blogger,  Rachael Ritchey, the author of The Beauty Theif and Captive Hope, the first two books in the Twelve Realms Series. Rachael is also the mastermind behind the #Blogbattle extravaganza that competes weekly. All are welcome to participate. To find out more about Rachael, you can do so by following her on these platforms:   Where to friend and follow Rachael: Website/blog —  Facebook — Twitter —  Pinterest — Google+ — Goodreads And now without futher ado here is Rachael and: Escapades of an Indie Author & Publisher: 7 Ways Blogging Makes You a Better Creative Writer First off, I gotta say thanks to Candice for this chance to share on her blog! It’s not every day I get the opportunity, and she is a lovely hostess. If there’s one piece of advice I could tell you today, it’s this: I write, therefore I blog. I hear the “huh?” reverberating through the air. Rene Descartes said these famous words: “I think, therefore I am.” It’s generally …