The Sun, Rain, Wind and Clouds
Synonyms, adjectives, verbs and in the case of the sun – aliases. Sometimes, writing “it was a sunny day” just doesn’t cut it. The reader wants more, I know I would. So, I’ve put some words together in the form of a cheat sheet, to help inspire your imagination. Cheat Sheets The Sun, Rain, Wind,
Cosy Mystery – 10 Rules to Follow When Writing One
I’m no expert, but am sharing what more learned authors have shared about the rules to follow when writing a cosy mystery.
And just like that, 2022 is almost done
2022 was a mix of writing, editing and reading.
My October 2022
My October and the past few months have been hectic. Let me share the details with you.
Getting all the writerly stuff done – It’s a dilemma
This is my list of all the writerly things I’d like to do.
What do you get out of a Writers Festival?
I recently attended a writers festival and came away with new knowledge.
I knocked down the Brain Block barricade.
For a few months I’ve had a brain block. Let me regale you with a tale of how I unblocked it.
What Podcasts do you listen to?
I listen to many podcasts, mostly about the craft of writing or author interviews. I’d like to share with you the podcasts I am listening to and when I listen.
Fantasy Novels – 8 things I’ve learned as I write one
No idea where to start? Here are 8 things I have learned as I write a fantasy novel.
I spent June indoors because of the rain and as a result, I read four books, wrote reviews and attended a Virtual Discworld fun day.
Only a Monster by Vanessa Len
My book review for Only a Monster
9 Ways to fill your Notebook when Writing a Novel
Notebooks are handy for those ideas that come at odd times. Here’s 9 ways to fill your notebook when writing your novel.