What does this have to do with wiring? I hear you ask. Not much. Just me sharing my sometimes helpful, sometimes unhelpful writing assistants. Let’s start with Tiger Lily, my first cat I had on my own. I got her two weeks after I moved into my flat, and the only reason I waited thatContinue reading “Happy Caturday!”
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Sharing Some Winter Cheer!
Inspiration comes from all kinds of places for me. There isn’t one single source that I can draw from. Seasonal things are inspirational too, like renewing things in spring, relaxing in the summer heat, or enjoying the beautiful colours of autumn. Winter cheer isn’t so different from Christmas cheer for me, but in the spiritContinue reading “Sharing Some Winter Cheer!”
Writer’s Stew for a Hungry Writer!
Yup, actual stew. Writing is my second job, albeit unpaid for now. It means I need to make the most of my free time so I can make the most of my writing time. That includes preparing food. Winter is coming, and the days are getting colder and shorter. I’m sharing my versatile recipe forContinue reading “Writer’s Stew for a Hungry Writer!”
I know I’m a long way off publishing and branding. But it doesn’t hurt to ponder these things as I work up to the whole marketing stuff. I keep dipping into my lapsed graphic design skills and thinking about the general look I want to go for. I’m still deciding, but I have a possibleContinue reading “New Logo!”
We all make silly mistakes in writing, especially during a draft or when focussing on style rather than editing. Those pesky spellings like they’re, there and their or using past simple when you should use past perfect can really bring your writing down a peg or two. Learning Spanish as a foreign language force meContinue reading “Past Mistakes!”
A little poem from my random Bursts of Words collection. I once had a collection of pearls in an iridescent shell. Each one contained a piece of my heart. Some I wore on a necklace when I needed them while others were safe away from the cruel world. They shimmered in the sunlight and broughtContinue reading “Pearlescent”
You’ve Completed Your First Draft, Now What?
No matter how many times I do it, completing that first draft brings a sense of euphoria I can’t quite describe. It’s like winning the first race on sports day. Sure you have more to go, but at the end of the day, you have that one winning medal. I’ve drafted my pentalogy, and bookContinue reading “You’ve Completed Your First Draft, Now What?”
Yes please. I admit I get overloaded with inspiration. Just the other night I had an awesome dream that prompted a future novel. I didn’t spend too long on it because I didn’t want to distract myself from Out of Ashes. But Fae and Foe (working title) has been on my mind for a whileContinue reading “More Inspiration?”
Writing Advice VS How-to-Write Advice!
There’s so much writing advice available on the internet that it can be overwhelming if you’re starting from nothing. I’m not talking about people who studied literature or creative writing and are starting their writing careers. I mean people who have an idea and want to make a go if it whether for personal writingContinue reading “Writing Advice VS How-to-Write Advice!”
I Dare You!
Warning: Graphic images of adult content. How many ways can you be daring in your writing? It’s all about showing the most vulnerable side of your characters, which might represent your most vulnerable side, too. No matter your experience, there are certain emotions that can push our writing to its limits. There are many eventsContinue reading “I Dare You!”