Writing Prompts: Autumn


Writing, Writing Prompts

The weather outside is dreary and gloomy. Leaves are starting to fall and rain occasionally taps against the windows. I love it. Soon it will get colder and we’ll be forced to snuggle under blankets while we drink hot chocolate. Naturally, these next writing prompts are related to autumn. Be sure to focus on the […]

September 29, 2019

Writing Prompts: Scene Starters


Writing Prompts

The next few lines are the opening lines for a scene. It’s up to you where you take it. Have fun. “You said you loved me.” The one thing I hadn’t counted on, was dying. When in doubt, pick the gun. “Why do you smell like death?” If only I was better at keeping secrets. […]

June 30, 2019

General Query Tips


Writer's life, Writing tips

Querying is a daunting task in itself. It feels like you’ve just braved the epic climb of a mountain and now you’re about to face the fire-breathing dragon. The most difficult thing about this journey is the rejection and self-doubt. That is why it’s important to make sure you query when you are ready. When […]

June 2, 2019

Four Types of Writers: Which one are you?


Writer's life

Please be advised that this post was actually written by my potted plant Gary. He is not the best speller in the world, but it doesn’t matter. He’s listed four kinds of writers for your amusement. Which one are you? The Diligent Writer You are a very focussed writer. You plan and plot every aspect […]

May 30, 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