Tag: my writing

W is for Worldbuilding (with free chart!) #AtoZChallenge

W is for Worldbuilding (with free chart!) #AtoZChallenge

The Blogging from A-Z Challenge continues today. Throughout April I’m posting about my life as a writer, including my inspirations, frustrations and celebrations. Worldbuilding is one of my favourite parts of the writing process. I thoroughly enjoy constructing my own imaginary worlds with their own unique history and physical features. I draw inspiration for my […]

V is for Visualising Victory #AtoZChallenge

V is for Visualising Victory #AtoZChallenge

The Blogging from A-Z Challenge continues today. Throughout April I’m posting about my life as a writer, including my inspirations, frustrations and celebrations. The quote above, from Muhammad Ali’s The Soul of a Butterfly * is one of my favourites. I generally have no trouble with the first part-conceiving ideas and goals. I’m inspired by […]

U is for Update and Unmasking #AtoZChallenge

U is for Update and Unmasking #AtoZChallenge

The Blogging from A-Z Challenge continues today. Throughout April I’m posting about my life as a writer, including my inspirations, frustrations and celebrations. Update I thought I’d share a brief update about where I’m at with some of my writing projects. Science Fantasy Novel (WiP) I’ve written around 30,000 words (about half) of a YA […]

T is for Tools #AtoZChallenge

T is for Tools #AtoZChallenge

The Blogging from A-Z Challenge continues today. Throughout April I’m posting about my life as a writer, including my inspirations, frustrations and celebrations. Today, I’m sharing some of the tools that I use for writing. Traditional Tools Pens! Most writers have hundreds of them and I’m no exception. I have ball point pens and rollerballs […]

S is for Short Stories & Sea of Sorrows #AtoZChallenge

S is for Short Stories & Sea of Sorrows #AtoZChallenge

The Blogging from A-Z Challenge continues today. Throughout April I’m posting about my life as a writer, including my inspirations, frustrations and celebrations. Short Stories Since having my daughter, I started reading more short story anthologies. Short stories fit more easily into my routine than novels (plus my attention span and memory are much worse […]

R is for Reading and Reviewing #AtoZChallenge

R is for Reading and Reviewing #AtoZChallenge

The Blogging from A-Z Challenge continues today. Throughout April I’m posting about my life as a writer, including my inspirations, frustrations and celebrations. I’m a great believer in the old adage that writers should be avid readers. Whether we read novels, poetry or non-fiction articles, it’s a great way to learn new words, techniques and […]