"Morality is a luxury, darling. A very expensive one."
Somehow, switching my font to Comic Sans...it changed me. As a person. As a writer. As a blogger.
I'm one of the biggest culprits when it comes to procrastination. I can't count the times I've ended up in the black hole of the internet (see also: Pewdiepie and YouTube cat videos) when I should've been writing. Writing is hard sometimes--and when you want to get it done but don't want to do it, … Continue reading Writing motivation (from a lazy girl)
Every story, in some sense, deals in good and evil. Maybe your story tells of an evil sorceress who wants to get revenge for a wrong done years ago (Maleficent). Maybe your protagonist is fighting for their country in a far off land, or maybe the main character is trying to fight against their own … Continue reading Writer’s Corner: Why you need to revisit your Good vs. Evil plot
Let's kick it off with one of the biggest names in the online fiction industry: Wattpad. Love it or hate it, there's no denying that the platform has had massive success, with over 70 million readers and writers since its launch in 2006. It has a reputation for being nothing more than a black hole … Continue reading Platforms: Wattpad
Hi there! If you're reading this, I'm excited to welcome you to my corner of the internet! The Paperback Girl has been a dream of mine for about a year now, and I'm happy to have finally gotten around to writing the first post. So here it is: you are bearing witness to my debut … Continue reading The First Post: Day 1