Michelle Griep’s Five Author Facts Infographs

Author, writer, and novelist Michelle Griep is a friend of this blog. She has her own Writer Off The Leash where she provides free infographs like the one above. Click on it to see the original post and head over to see what she is up to.  Today’s infograph talks about the Five Facts of…

Michelle Griep’s eBook Giveaway Infograph

Michelle Griep is a friend of this blog. She is a novelist who has written several historical romances including Gallimore.  On her own blog, Writer Off The Leash, Mrs. Griep uses her experience as an author and writer to create awesome resources including free inforgraphs that she allows other bloggers to borrow. Today’s graph shows…

Author Resource: Getting into Character by Brandilyn Collins

Brandilyn Collins has written several novels in her Seatbelt Suspense style including, The Chelsea Adams Series, Double Blind, Dark Justice, Over the Edge among others.  In Getting Into Character: Seven Secrets A Novelist Can Learn From Actors, she shows us how method acting can help us build unforgettable protagonists, antagonists, and supporting characters. Using examples from…

Michelle Griep’s 6 Traits of a Writer Graph

Novelist Michelle Griep is a friend of this blog. She published this graph called 6 Traits Of A Writer. It is an interesting and informative. Look it over and then click on the graph to head over to her blog Writer Off The Leash for more great insight for writers and authors.  Don’t forget to…

Michelle Griep’s If-Then Chart For Writers

Michelle Griep is a great writer and novelist. She also has a blog that is a great resources for authors. She posted this chart of “If/Then” Chart. She gave permission for others to use it. I put a link to her blog Writer Off The Leash in the chart. You should check it out. 

#DearLaura Response!

Check out the author blog All the Way YA it is a great blog for people interested in Young Adult fiction. There are so many great authors and editors on there. You will love it. They feature a column called #DearLaura where author and educator Laura Lascarso answers questions from various writers interested in taking…

#NaNoWriMo- About 5,000 Words Short

2015 was the first year I participated in National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo. The plan was to write a 50,000 word story in 30 days to be the framework for a first draft. I am disappointed to announce that I ended with just 45,000 words. I have no excuse except that I was really…

Some Encouragement For #NaNoWriMo

As most of you know, I am participating in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). I am 10 days into it. I am following several Twitter accounts that offer encouragement to authors participating. They all have been extremely helpful in this process. The goal: write a 50,000 word story, something that can be turned into a…

Check out @WritersEdit on Twitter!

@WritersEdit is one of the coolest author resources on Twitter. They tweet writing prompts, tweet out #amreading to see what authors are into these days, and, my personal favorite, they send out inspiring quotes from famous authors who have gone before. They do it across several genres, so do not worry about that! There’s something…

Author Resource: Michelle Griep’s Editing Checklist

Michelle Griep, author of the novel Gallimore (check out my recommendation by clicking on the link), brings us another pretty cool resource by creating a simple editing checklist for author’s. Check out and visit her website: http://www.writerofftheleash.blogspot.com/ for more of her articles!

Resources For Authors Part 3

Seriously Write is a blog for Christian writers that provides great insight, pointers, knowledge, and wisdom to all aspects of writing. Live. Write. Thrive is a great website from author CS Lankin. She provides some great resources as well as an awesome newsletter for authors.