Lesson #63: Strengthening Your Voice

  There are two “types” of voices in a story. The author’s voice and the narrator’s voice. In this lesson, we’ll give you some tips on how to strengthen BOTH types of voices. First, let’s define “voice.” (After all, it’s essential to understand voice before you can strengthen it!) I have a best friend. Let’s […]

Lesson #56: Tips for Following Through With Goals/Finishing a Manuscript

As I write this post, I’m sitting on my daughter’s couch looking over at her desk. It’s piled with special pens, highlighters, post it notes, notebooks, and multiple hole punches. In short, my daughter has become a goal-setting, planning, and tracking champion. Her planners have planners which have companion planners. It’s a little overwhelming…and guilt […]

Lesson #55: Achieving Goals

Goals. We all like goals. (Well, most of us like goals.) We feel some sort of weird accomplishment when we set goals for ourselves. We get pumped. Feel ambitious. Make plans and lists and outlines of how to accomplish them. We dream up incredible scenarios and rewards for ourselves when we finish… And then… Some […]

The New Year – 2017

WOW! It’s almost the New Year already… where did the time go? As many of you know, this means that The Write Nook’s birthday is just around the corner! On February 16th of 2016, The Write Nook made its first official post and appearance on the internet. We’ve grown by leaps and bounds and we’re […]