The Writer’s Voice: How Men and Women Fit

On today’s segment of The Writer’s Voice, we’re going to be doing things a bit differently by first taking a few words from our featured author for today, Christoffel Sneijders. Why do I think it is groundbreaking what I bring in this book?ย  It is rocking new science about how to connect better with people (partner, siblings, kids, parents, friends and colleagues) based the science … Continue reading The Writer’s Voice: How Men and Women Fit

The Bad Boy I was Dating: Experience To Writing

As a writer, we long to create realistic yet swoon worthy characters to sweep the reader off their feet and have their fingers itching to turn the page. What better way to create a realistic character that building one from past relationships, building on your last boyfriend or best friend. Writing requires an ever increasing level of realism for the reader to want to flip … Continue reading The Bad Boy I was Dating: Experience To Writing

Inspiration: The flickering bulb in writing

It’s one thing to have a plan. It’s another to execute it. And it’s a completely different story when keeping to the tight schedule of a plan; this could be the next book you’re writing, or the blog you’re managing. As a writer inspiration is everything. It’s well known to flicker like an aged light bulb, but when it lingers on it’s best advised to … Continue reading Inspiration: The flickering bulb in writing

WordPress: How to create ‘your’ blog

Unlike what I normally blog about, this was a special request that I decided to work on. Since I’m still new to WordPress, the setting and format is still new to me and i’m learning everyday, as seen by the fact that this blog is continuously changing with new themes and details constantly added. Today, I’ll be dishing how I turned a completely free WordPress … Continue reading WordPress: How to create ‘your’ blog

Why you need to reinvent ‘the wheel’ to be a writer

Remember back in 2016 when you read that fantasy novel about the princess and the dragon? Or that romance novel where the lady falls in love with her brothers best friend? You do? Great, it’s been three years and you want to write a book similar to that but you’re worried about plagiarising, you’re worried about lawsuits and charges that are twice your apartment rent? … Continue reading Why you need to reinvent ‘the wheel’ to be a writer