Studies, Writing

Writing Great Fantasy: World Building Workshop {Review}

Today I have a different sort of review for you. As many of you know I am currently writing a book. I have a few different books started but this current one is the biggie for me. I often look at courses to improve my writing skills or teach me more about the genre I… Continue reading Writing Great Fantasy: World Building Workshop {Review}

Flash Fiction

Word Prompt Wednesday: Rug (2/01/19)

The Aim: Write a piece of flash fiction of any genre under 750 words. It must include the word shown in the prompt below. The flames had started to die down on the fire in the centre of the pit, surrounded by logs used as makeshift seats. Silvania had been camped here for 2 weeks… Continue reading Word Prompt Wednesday: Rug (2/01/19)

NaNoWriMo, Writing, Writing Tips

Preptober Resources

Hey Guys and Gals, As I mentioned in a previous post, I am sharing with you a list of resources which I have been using for NaNoWriMo preptober. I've made some of my own little autumn themed images which I will also share, feel free to take from them anything you want:) Megg Geri -… Continue reading Preptober Resources

NaNoWriMo, Planners, Writing

My Current WIP Set-Up {A5 Uglydori Traveler’s Notebook}

Hey Everyone, Today I have a lovely crossover post for you. It involves planners and writing, two of my favourite things. I recently took part in a planner swap and I got this absolutely gorgeous A5 Uglydori from Uglybug Traveler's Notebooks. The size meant it was perfect to set up for my current work-in-progress and… Continue reading My Current WIP Set-Up {A5 Uglydori Traveler’s Notebook}

NaNoWriMo

Preptober – It’s a NaNorific Month!

Hey Everyone, Preptober is upon us! Now if you don't know what Preptober is then I am about to tell you. It refers to the month before National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) which falls in November, meaning that October is the month to prepare. For many writer's it is an essential month to get everything… Continue reading Preptober – It’s a NaNorific Month!

Flash Fiction

First Line Friday: Flash Fiction

Today I am posting a little piece I wrote for The Fiction Cafe: Writer's Group, First Line Friday. The goal was to write a piece using the first line prompt and to keep it under 750 words. My piece came to 486 Words. To save his own life, he would have to kill his humanity.… Continue reading First Line Friday: Flash Fiction

Writing Tips

Guest Post: Megg Geri {10 Steps to Revising Your First Draft}

I am extremely honoured to be hosting this guest post from Megg. I have been a fan of hers for some time now and follow not just her blog but her advice and book club. Megg Geri is the author of Write A Novel In 30 Days and also owns Megg & Co Editorial Boutique. Today Megg is… Continue reading Guest Post: Megg Geri {10 Steps to Revising Your First Draft}

Bookish Posts, Writing Tips

Guest Post: Natali Simmonds

Hey you lovely lot. Today I have a Guest Post by the amazing N.J Simmonds who discusses the Top 5 YA Book Myths. Natali has not only author with a 5 star rated book but she has experience with writing and marketing in the bucket load. TOP 5 YA BOOK MYTHS YA fiction, otherwise known… Continue reading Guest Post: Natali Simmonds