Let's talk about books and writing them. Being an can be glorious and ripe with turmoil. The writing process, marketing, reviews, networking with authors and readers all come with moments of fulfillment and strain. I want to share it all.
NaNoWriMo, Day One With Maryam Jawwad
For many writers, November means the start of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), when they dedicate time and energy to achieve set writing goals. They hit their notebooks and keyboards to pump out as many words as possible.
In this episode, blogger Maryam Jawwad talks with Lyndell about her NaNoWriMo, her first day and the benefits and drawbacks.
The Power of Crafting Words
Humans have an innate appreciation for the power contained in language. We have a need to communicate from the moment we leave the womb. In this episode, Lyndell talks about the power of strategically creating words to impact people. She shares a powerful story that motivated her to become a writer and author.
Music: David Sonya Beats (Maria)– https://bit.ly/2Zx2k4x
Naming characters can be an involved and frustrating part of the novel-writing process, but it is critical to provide ones that will pique readers' interest and give them a chance to connect with the personalities making up a story's plot. In this LWL episode, I talk about the undertaking of finding the most suitable names for my stories' characters and a little bit of reader drama with one character's name.
Book Reviews: Drama for Authors
Book reviews can invigorate authors, but it is not all rainbows and sunshine. Negative reviews may drain and stress writers. In this episode. I talk about the need for anybody sharing their words to put reviews in their proper perspectives and avoid having them crush creativity.
The Writer's Stage: Building a Social Media Presence
Authors must build a platform and social media presence to get their voices out there and connect with readers. In this LWL episode, Lyndell Williams talks about why authors must schedule the time to create content and garner an audience to share their work.
People make a lot of assumptions about romance. However, the genre is rich and full of layers that show cultural distinctions of how people negotiate love.