Check out rachelgiesel.com to see some of her helpful posts and worksheets.
Rachel Giesel as a fellow writer making her mark on the world. She has achieved awards at a young age and has a lot of workshop experience. She has combined all of this experience and wrapped it up in a bow for other writers. On her blog you’ll see lengthy, detailed, but clean and concise posts about revising, getting to know your characters, and much more!
If you become a club member, which is 100% free, you will receive a password into more exclusive content. She provides worksheets and Writer’s DNA profiles for club members. The Writer’s DNA is an interesting concept. It’s basically allows a writer to get back in touch with all the reasons why they love writing and reading.
Personally, I have fallen in love with her material and writing style in her blogs. She is wordy, but yet not confusing. She makes perfect sense as she provides great detail in her writing. She provides examples from personal experience, but in a humble way. She is a believer in the idea that every writer is unique and will have their own process.
I particularly liked her post on How to Write + Revise Your Story in 5 Draft Stages. It is extremely helpful for beginner writers who have never gotten to the revising stage. Since The Last Queen of Terrivea is going to be my first completed book, I needed insight on how to work through revisions. This post gave me a game plan when I was clueless. It is extremely useful and easy to understand.
I would suggest any writer to go to her blog and browse around, especially if you’re a new writer. The blog is easy to the eye and easy to maneuver. So go check it out! What are you waiting for?
Thanks for reading,