Check out my latest blog post, which is a reflection on my first twenty days of this month's Camp NaNoWriMo. Despite spending most of that time abroad in Japan, I decided to take on the challenge, and I am a happier writer because of it.
Do you want a more hands-on revision process? Are you struggling to decide how to rearrange or refocus chapters of your manuscript? Consider making a tangible outline. Check out my reasons and tips in my latest blog post.
The TBR shelf is an iconic piece of a bookaholic's existence. We all have a love-hate relationship with it. It mocks us with the proof of our obsession and with the endless possibilities that time and responsibility bar from us. But if that shelf becomes more of a burden than a blessing, consider lightening the load.
I recently decided to purge my own TBR shelf, so check out my latest blog post for an explanation of why that experience makes me feel much lighter and more excited for future reading.
Long time no see! After making the difficult decision to take a break from the writing world in order to focus on graduating from college, I am diving back in. Check out my latest blog post for my reflection on the choice and why I believe taking a break here and there is beneficial to mental health and creativity.
Check out my latest blog post for a recap of last Thursday's #PhotoStoryPrompt, a flash fiction challenge created by Radina Valova.
I recently finished both Three Dark Crowns and One Dark Throne by Kendare Blake, so I decided to write a blog post discussing the ways in which Blake creates the intriguing atmosphere of her story. Check it out!
Happy first day of spring! In honor of a stereotypically happy season, I wrote a blog post about the power of positive feedback in the editing process. Check it out.
Last Thursday, I participated in Radina Valova's #PhotoStoryChallenge on Twitter! Check out my latest blog post for a recap of this challenge, including the scene I wrote.
I've been a little behind with blog posts, but I'm back! I'm in my last semester of college, and my schedule is hectic to say the least, so finding a good time to write and post to my blog has been a big challenge. I've tried posting on different days and at different times, and hopefully I will find a sweet spot again soon.
Book Twitter recently fell into discussion about f/f romance in YA literature, and as someone who now writes almost exclusively f/f romantic subplots, I figured I should add in my two cents. Check out my latest blog post about this discussion and my thoughts on how to overcome it.
Sarah LeFebvre is a writer of Young Adult fantasy and contemporary fiction, with an interest in history, folklore, and mythology.