Hey there guys! Welcome to Daydreaming Discussions. This is a monthly feature created by me where I discuss anything bookish related or sometimes it might be about any non-bookish things as well. Also, be prepared for a lot of ramblings and rantings and you’re very welcome to be a part of the discussion.
Today I wanted to talk about-
Since NaNoWriMo is only a few days away, I wanted to share my top 5 favourite writing blogs with you guys. I’m still not sure if I’ll be participating or not but I might just jump in at the very last moment. I have a tendency to do so… I do have an interesting storyline in mind which is an LGBTQ urban fantasy novel and has grim reaper as the main lead and I have plotted quite a bit but it’s still not complete though but a lot of things inspired me and I reaaaally want to write this one!!
Anyway, I hope you guys check out the following blogs and find them helpful because it definitely helped me! So, here goes:
1. Ink and Quills– This was the first ever writing blog I followed since I stepped into the world of blogging and writing and since then it has remained one of my favourite blogs ever. Kaitlin has many writing tips and tricks which are described in a simple way for anybody to understand and use that in their writing.
2. Well-Storied– Kristen’s workbooks are really awesome! You already have an overview what you need to work on your novel and these workbooks surely make your work easier. I also love her how-to posts.
3. Story Port– I simply love this blog! Brianna’s posts are super helpful and they have the exact points which really helps in the process of writing, especially for the worldbuilding part.
4. Quill Pen Writer– I recently followed Melissa’s blog and I really enjoy her posts. I especially love her “questions to ask” posts because if you are stuck in worldbuilding or character arc, one or the other questions is definitely going to help to overcome that problem.
5. Something Delicious– I love Victoria’s newsletter prompts when you are stuck working on a random prompt really helps your creative juices to flow. Also, I definitely love her list-post advice about writing.
So guys, so you have any favourite writing blogs? Lemme know in the comments!
Also, are you participating in NaNoWriMo??? What genre are you writing? Is it something you have already dabbled in or something absolutely new for you?