f you think you have writer's block, it means something in your personal life, work life or creative life is clouding your mind. Today's post will break down the myth that is writer's block and get you back to writing!
Take the time to reevaluate your previous year and don't rush into lofty goals. Create purpose, clarity and action for the new year.
Collaborative Writing Tag with Jasmine Little, discussing our favourite writing-related things.
UNHEALTHY COMPETITION AND OBSESSION A Motivational Pep Talk For Writers
Pain (#6 of 365 Creative Writing Challenge) A Poem
With the Valentine's Day around the corner, I thought it was appropriate to discuss books surrounding relationships. Here are some of my favourites. Favourite Romantic Relationship Landon in Jamie in “A Walk To Remember”. This love story had everything I wanted. Popular guy, nerdy girl. Conservative family, rich family. Not wanting to fall in [...]
I have read 3 outstanding Australian YA novels and thought I'd share my thoughts on each. First I read "Beautiful Mess" by Claire Christian. I've spoken about Claire in the blog post The YA Masterclass, where she closed the event. When Claire spoke about her book, I knew immediately I needed a copy. It killed [...]
Last year was the first time I took a serious crack at journaling. I have thoroughly enjoyed the experience, but found I had trouble committing to writing everyday. This year I have new plan of attack. I bought a planner diary with one date per page. Now I will always have a date dedicated to [...]
Tuesday I talked about bi-monthly goals, and thinking about overarching goals for the entire year. One of my over-arching goals for 2018 is to read 50 books. 50 BOOKS!! I don't think I've ever reached such a number in one year. Doing the maths, its about 4 books per month. Thinking about it, it may [...]
What a whirlwind 2017 was. I started the year off with ticking off a big bucket item; going to Elephant Nature Park in Thailand. I had accomplished something I'd been putting off for years. It spurred me on to tackle something I had been so fearful of. Writing a novel. Not only writing it, but [...]