Today I wanted to talk a little about support systems when writing.
Hi everyone, so this review is going to be a lot shorter than the review of Red Queen, as I didn't enjoy this one quite as much. I listened to this on Audible so this will also have some comments on the audiobook. As always I'll keep this review spoiler free. Glass Sword … Continue reading Book Review: Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard
YOU CAN DO IT Yes, you. You with no words yet. You with a handful of words, you who is full of doubt. You can do NaNoWriMo.
How's the week gone for you guys? Did you write all of the words? Yesterday I spoke about how important it is to protect your writing time, today I shall be talking about how we can try and fit writing in around a busy schedule. Finding time to write when working a full time job, blogging and … Continue reading How to fit your writing into a busy schedule – NaNoWriMo 2017 18
Happy Sunday! Today I came across #SixforSunday, which is made by Steph at A little but a lot. This week the challenge is colourful books - 'books with colours in the title' and I just had to join in. Six books with colours in the title 1. Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard I had to … Continue reading #SixforSunday – Colourful books with Recommendations
Good news friends, it's the weekend. I bring to you your word of the day! I usually try and get most of my writing done over the weekend as I'm pretty swamped/exhausted during the week. Tomorrow I'll be talking about how you can fit writing into a busy schedule, but for now I'm going to … Continue reading Protect your writing space – NaNoWriMo 2017
Hey everyone, how's NaNoWriMo going? Sorry I didn't post yesterday, I was in the middle of migrating my site so couldn't post (but now I'm self hosted so that's fun yey!) Yesterday's word was a good one too, lollygag!
So we all know as writers and readers that a good beverage is a must for any sort of writing or reading activity! Now, don't @ me but... despite my love for Gilmore Girls and my desire to emulate them... I'm not a huge coffee fan.
I really enjoyed Red Queen, it felt like a rag to riches tale with a heck of a difference. I loved the amalgamation of magic/superpowers in a world that seemed like it could have been the future to our world.
Today I have some questions for you. What are your writing processes? How does genre affect this?