Writing Tips Wednesday: Something To Help You WRITE!

Hey there! Thanks✨ for visiting Happy Healthy Noms for the monthly installment Writing Tips Wednesday!📓

This week I have a writing tip from me, a writing quote from a famous author, and a writing resource, and a bonus tidbit!

Have you thought about where you write

Do you have a special writing spot?

Sometimes having a designated writing place can help spark your creativity!

This space can be in your house–which I have.

Or, it can be outside of your house such as Starbucks, a library, your backyard, anywhere!

Recently, I set up a dedicated reading and writing area in my room! 

  

I have found that I can write better when I am comfortable, thus the big comfy chair and my snuggie.

Around my big comfy chair, I added positive quotes for motivation, and books for inspiration.

I also added cute or interesting stuff so that it’s not too serious!

  
Finally, great lighting is important, so I found a lamp that I like.

Having a dedicated spot helps me focus, and the amenities I put near me keeps me motivated.

🙌Let me know what your new or usual writing spot is!

⭐️This week’s writing quote:  (Image made by me, using QuotesCreator)

 I know, another Stephen King quote, but this man knows how to write. I mean besides being a best-selling author, he writes more than anyone I’ve heard of.

It is said that he writes every day, even on his birthday and Christmas!

👉This week’s writing resource:

Read a book or start reading a book that’s in the genre that you write in (or want to write in.)

You’ll be surprised how fast that the ideas for your book will start flowing
  (Image from Pixabay)

Miss the last Writing Tips Wednesday? Check it out here.

⭐️Bonus!⭐️

What book I’m currently reading: Obsidian Butterfly by: Laurell K. Hamilton

It’s the 9th book of my favorite series: Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter! The first book is Guilty Pleasures.

This series is so great. Anita’s famous quote is, “I don’t date vampires, I stake them.”

The books have the perfect amount of mystery, action, and romance!

Until next time, remember: read📖 and write✏️ every day!

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Writers Tips Wednesday: How To Be A Writer? Always Write!+Beat Writer’s Block

Hey there! Thanks✨ for visiting Happy Healthy Noms for Writing Tips Wednesday!📓

Welcome to the first installment of Writing Tips Wednesday! For now on Wednesday will either be What Vegans Eat Wednesday OR Writing Tips Wednesday!

I’m not just a food blogger, I’m also a Professional Writing Major at a University and an author of Young Adult Novels (that will soon be published.)

Each Writing Tips Wednesday, I’ll post my writing tips, writing tips from famous authors, and wonderful writing resources

✏️Writing Quote of the Week:📓

(Image from Books by Bailey)

 I know this seems like a simple concept, but it’s actually not an easy thing to do (when you are serious about writing.)

When you’re a professional writer, you can’t just write when you feel inspired–you have to write every single day.✔️

But, you can’t just close this blog page and say, “Yeah, I’ll write every day!”

NO! You have to set a goal for yourself! Otherwise, you’ll never write!

⭐️(Doing the following will beat writer’s block!)⭐️

Every day, I set a timer, and make myself write for one hour (even if I don’t feel like it!) 

You have to set it for whatever time works for YOU.

Or, maybe set a goal of how many pages, or words you’ll write.

The important thing is that it works for YOU. (And, figuring that out may take some trial and error.)

Additionally, I cannot stress enough how important reading is! The more you read, the better your writing will be, seriously.

👉Go read a book, and then see how much your writing improves, I dare you!

Bonus Quote of the Week 

(Image and Quote are mine! Made with InstaQuote.) 

⭐️Writing Resource of the Week:🌟

This week I read the book Living Write by: Kelly L. Stone, and I highly recommend it. It has great tips for writers, and it is very motivational. So if you’re in a bit of a writer’s block, go read that book!

Until next time, remember: read📖 and write✏️ every day!