PSA: Cover Your Bases

Welcome back, Reader! If you’ve been following recent posts, then you may have an idea of what we will be discussing today. I am happy to sit down with you (metaphorically, of course) and discuss how to build your very own cover letter. What Is A Cover Letter? What is a cover letter, exactly? Merriam-Webster … More PSA: Cover Your Bases

Have You Heard About This Deaf Cat?

Welcome back, Reader! Today, I am very happy to talk about a very special friend of mine and her book. I was able to sit down with Jessica Nicholson, speech pathologist and children’s book author with Molly Polacco, to talk about their published book The Adventures of Otitis.                                     Who Exactly Is Otitis?    For … More Have You Heard About This Deaf Cat?

Name 4 of these 5 Categories of Creative Writing, And I’ll Be Impressed

When it comes to genre, there’s a lot to unpack. Miriam-Webster defines genre as “a category of artistic, musical, or literary composition by a particular style, form, or content.” A lot of the time, there are big umbrella genres that encompass smaller genres. Creative writing is probably the umbrella genre people are most familiar with. … More Name 4 of these 5 Categories of Creative Writing, And I’ll Be Impressed

5 Things to Think About Apart from Spell Check

Pixabay It is known that to become better writers, you can’t stop writing; the more you write, the more you grow and improve in your skills. However, everyone starts with some foundation, and the foundation for all writing begins with knowledge and skills of your language. Essentially, everyone who writes needs to do so with … More 5 Things to Think About Apart from Spell Check