Alina Wells

Welcome to Writing It Wells, a writing blog dedicated to providing tips, resources, and inspiration for writers at all stages.

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Editor, Blogger, Author,

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Hello Friends!

Welcome to Writing It Wells. Here I share my thoughts on all things literary.

Tune in every Tuesday for a new blog post and connect with me on social media for more writing fun!

Note: Thank you all so much for your continued support while we moved! We're all settled into our new place and I'm firing up my pen again. To see current updates of our new place and life, join me on Instagram.

I'll be resuming regular blog content beginning next week. Be on the look out for some new changes as well, as I'll be adding updates all month long. 

-Alina

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Alina Wells is a writer, blogger, and poet. She studied at the University of West Florida and received her degree in Journalism and Creative Writing.

 

She started Writing It Wells as a way of embracing a new creative career while pursuing her first novel Star-Crossed. Today it has grown to include both a blog and editing services.

When she's not writing she's spending her time reading fantasy or fiction, cooking, hanging out with her husband, wrangling her miniature pinscher Ranger, and collecting more gnomes.

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    "I would highly recommend working with Alina to anyone who wants a comprehensive and professional review of their book for critiquing. In the future, as I write more books, I will definitely be asking for her professional opinion again. She was a pleasure to work with and anyone would benefit extremely well from her knowledge. Thank you Alina!"

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"Life is a book. We fill the pages." -Victoria Valentine