Guest Post: How to Stay Sane While Writing By I.L. Cruz

Writing is a funny profession. I spend most of my time with different voices in my head or trying to understand intangibles like motivation, arcs, and dimensions. I don’t always understand it and the only rule that is absolute is “don’t be boring”. Those are the bullet points everyone talks about and I was prepared … More Guest Post: How to Stay Sane While Writing By I.L. Cruz

Guest Post: Conception – Pulling Ideas out of Thin Air By Nicolette Stephens

I’ve been working on a series of writing exercises, and I’d like to take this opportunity to share the first in the series I’m calling “Quarks”. Quark (noun: a theoretical subatomic particle.) In physics, quarks are contemplated as being the building blocks of hadrons. Now, physics doesn’t really have much to do with creative writing, … More Guest Post: Conception – Pulling Ideas out of Thin Air By Nicolette Stephens

Guest Post: Unexpected, Exciting Developments By M. J. Mallon

I am thrilled to say that I have outlined the major events in Book Two in the series – The Curse of Time. So, if you haven’t read The Curse of Time Book One Bloodstone now’s the time to do so! During this process, I stumbled upon a plot development idea that shocked me. I’d … More Guest Post: Unexpected, Exciting Developments By M. J. Mallon

Author Interview: With M. J. Mallon

Welcome to Coffee n’ Notes. Today, I’d like to welcome M. J. Mallon, author of The Curse Of Time (Bloodstone,#1), for an author Interview. About the author I am a debut author who has been blogging for three years: https://mjmallon.com. My interests include writing, photography, poetry, and alternative therapies. I write Fantasy YA, and middle grade fiction as well … More Author Interview: With M. J. Mallon

Guest Post: Where Do Story Ideas Come From? By Bridget Nash

Hello everyone, I hope you are all well 🙂 Today for the first time ever, I am doing a guest post. So grab a cup of coffee (or a yummy drink of your choice) and sit with us while we host the wonderful author Bridget Nash, author of Players. Say hello to Bridget Nash… Where do story … More Guest Post: Where Do Story Ideas Come From? By Bridget Nash