Undoing by Shelly Laurenston

Are you introspective?  Do you not consider yourself anti-social but find small talk to be not only boring but annoying?  If you do than you can relate to Jace, the main character found in this book.  She is an amazingly oblivious intellectual that lives life in her own way and at her own pace.  The […]

Welcome to Night Vale by Joseph Fink, Jeffrey Cranor, Cecil Baldwin

This was absolutely fabulous. If you have ever listened to Welcome to Night Vale, then you need to listen to this audio book, don’t read it! I have no idea how you would even consider reading this book instead of listening to it. The utter weird that comprises this book can only be truly experienced […]

Speed Reading Does Not Work

http://kernelmag.dailydot.com/issue-sections/features-issue-sections/16352/speed-reading-does-not-work/ This article essentially proves the statement they make in their title.  While moving your eyes occurs during reading it is not the source of slow reading.  Speed reading is the bunk everyone likes to think it is, if you think you are speed reading what you are really doing is skimming and inferring a […]

Top 10 Tools To Get You Writing

http://www.shesnovel.com/blog/top-10-tools-to-get-you-writing/ This has some great ideas, from adjusting your workspace to making sure that you have scheduled time to write.  The author mentions several tools and ways that they can be adjusted to fit a busy authors life.  From 2 different types of planners, scrivener (again) physical notebooks and how she uses them, etc, this […]

5 Reasons I Switched to Scrivener

http://michaelhyatt.com/switched-to-scrivener.html This is an article detailing the productivity/writing tool of Scrivener.  For $45 the author states that this is a great tool to get all of your writing done.  Allowing you to set up binders, corkboards, organize research, etc. This sounds like a great tool if you do most of your writing in a single […]