And then there were two (blogs)

I’m sure y’all have noticed already, but my two writing passions—fantasy and poetry—are trying to blend (and doing it poorly).

Some of you come here for the fiction stuff: writing tips, short stories, and crazy dreams. But the rest of you come here for the poetry: writing tips, inspiration, and even my own poems. I can’t help but feel like there are very few of you who are here for both. Which is why, as of last night, my poetry will now be on its own blog, and this one will be getting a makeover.

This is a good thing. For all of us. It brings both topics to the spotlight and allows me to get much more in-depth with each one without feeling like I’m overshadowing the other. And it makes sure y’all’s feed isn’t cluttered with anything you don’t want to read. Win-win!

From prose to prosody

If you’re interested in my poetry, please head over to “from prose to prosody” and be sure to click that follow button! I will be posting poetry lessons and tips that start right from the very basics of poetry, breakdowns of poems that I found inspiring and what they mean to me, and—of course—my own poems.

Worldbuilding and fantasy

If you’re interested in my fiction-related posts, then you’re right where you need to be—hit that follow button if you haven’t already!

Which brings me to my next point: what DO you want to see here? My current posts, all poetry aside, still feel a little “vague.”

Your feedback will help me focus my blog in the coming months, so be sure to vote. Add in your own options as well if there is something you’d like me to cover that isn’t on the list, and leave me a comment if you want to clarify just what it is you hope to get out of this blog! Be as broad or as concise as you’d like! Your answers will help bring you what you want to read!

Thank you in advance for all the help!


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