Time Travel Writing Prompts


Writer's life, Writing, Writing Prompts

Get your ink jar ready because we’re about to dip our characters into a time travel scene. You can use existing characters or create new ones for this small exercise. It may lead to a novel, it may not. That’s not the point. The point is to have fun with words. #1 Your character catches […]

March 24, 2019

Journals And Writing


Writer's life, Writing

As you may have noticed about me, I’m a planner junkie. It all started when I discovered the bullet journal and fell in love. I now have one for work and I also have teacher binder (Filofax clipbook), but I no longer used a bujo for my personal life. I forgot to write in it […]

March 10, 2019

The Plotting Stage


Writer's life, Writing

Usually I am a combination of a plotter and a pantser, but lean more towards pantsing. That’s because I usually find that my characters know where to go. All I have to do is watch them and write it down. The plotting stage can be incredibly fun, because this is when you decide all the […]

February 10, 2019

How to Stay Focussed on Writing


Writer's life, Writing tips

I recently found out that concentration pills are a thing and it both intrigued and shocked me. Obviously, I am no stranger to vitamins and there are definitely legal and non-harmful options out there that can help you focus. But the ones I read about were of the illegal kind and are in popular demand […]

January 28, 2019

Deadlines


Writer's life, Writing, Writing tips

I’m convinced deadlines are called DEADlines because they end up killing you. That said, they serve a purpose and without them, we’d probably procrastinate ourselves into some black hole of cat memes. While drifting aimlessly in oblivion does sound like a hoot, we won’t get to achieve our dreams by doing nothing. That doesn’t make […]

December 21, 2018