Please don’t look back to check when I last wrote here, as it was months ago and I made a decision that I would write at least a new blog post once a month. I failed in that. Plus the only reason it hasn’t happened is I am a master of procrastination when it comesContinue reading “Telling You Now, I Probably Won’t Stick To It…”
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Vision Boards and Garth Brooks
While I was chatting with a close friend of mine, we were discussing our goals for this year. Stuff we really wanted to mark off our To Do List once and for all. So I came up with a Vision Board. A simple notice board with my goals pinned on to it. Not in aContinue reading “Vision Boards and Garth Brooks”
Not Your Usual HAPPY NEW YEAR Post!
When I sat to write this post, I had no idea what I was going to say. We all know about resolutions and fresh starts and new diets but what kept playing on my mind was the word: time. I pondered on this and asked myself what the word signified for me. Time is precious.Continue reading “Not Your Usual HAPPY NEW YEAR Post!”
Where to start with Character
In this post I share basic and simple ways to create your characters, whether for short stories/novels. I’ve included also a basic CV that you can use while working on who will be in the story. TIPS ON CREATING A CHARACTER Introduce your main character in the opening of your story. Characters through their dialogueContinue reading “Where to start with Character”
Getting out and meeting others
We all know that writing can be an isolating career, cutting ourselves off when penning our novels, and then once the story is finally down on paper we have to go back in and edit. The editing is intense and draining for many and the ‘editing cave’ is often a term used by writers when theyContinue reading “Getting out and meeting others”
5 Beginner Tips For Becoming a Writer
At the beginning of your writing career, you are writer, agent, bookkeeper, marketer, web designer, social media manager, and pretty much anything else you can think of. Today I hope to make that a little easier of a burden to bear, with 5 beginner tips for becoming a writer.