Harmon’s Embryo And Story Beats

Hey folks! This was a widely requested post on twitter when I started mentioning the new outline structures I am using! As we are quickly approaching Camp NaNoWriMo in July, I hope that these outlines will help you finish your stories!  -Tsuki Recently, I have become addicted to circles. They are everywhere within my writer’s…
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My Little Monster: My Life With Anxiety

May is Mental Health Awareness month. Reflecting on that, this post discusses my experiences with my generalized anxiety disorder.   Anxiety, it’s a natural feeling that everyone experiences throughout their lifetime. The feelings of fear, unease and nervousness act as a natural survival mechanism that all humans possess that acts as a signal for danger,…
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5 Ways I Use Pinterest For Writing

Pinterest is a wonderful website to be able to save recipes, crafts ideas and so on, but did you know that it can also be a great writing tool? As a writer myself, I stumbled upon the idea of using Pinterest in a few different ways, so are five ways that I find Pinterest to…
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Two Steps From Hell: Letting Music Take You On An Adventure

Okay, let’s face it, we have all had that moment that we walk out of a theater humming the soundtrack to the latest movie we have watched. Whether it was The Hunger Games with “The Hanging Tree” or the entire soundtrack of The Lord of the Rings, the composers behind movie and tv soundtracks are…
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Writing: It’s More Than Just The Money

For the people that know me or that follow me on my writing adventures on twitter, I can never stress too much that being a college student and being a writer is a balancing act. Not only am I a sophomore English student at NDSU, I am also working on rewriting my novel, Saving Grace,…
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