I hope you found last week’s writing tip useful, on the different publishing models; what to look for and what to avoid? Let me know if you found it helpful, or if you have a question of your own you’d
Before you start editing your story, make sure you know your target audience. So, when you come to edit even as something as simple as your vocabulary or grammar, you will know the level you need to be aiming for.
Dear Writing Friends, Are you keeping up with your book reading? If not, now’s the time to order some books for reading over the Easter weekend! Christian, secular, contemportary, classic – all are good for research. I read fiction for
Good morning my writer friends, Hope you’ve had a great weekend and are ready for a new writing week. What are you writing at the moment? Do take a moment to let me know – I always love to hear
Happy New Year! Sorry to be slightly late in this greeting. Unfortunately, along with a huge number of other people, I’ve had some kind of virus – I didn’t feel so well last week. But here I am again, still
There are many and varied reasons for choosing to use the first person voice (I, we, she/he) instead of the third person (he, she, it/ they/them). Here I’ve looked at five reasons you might wish to use the first person.
What we wear is an outward expression of what we are like inside – culture, family, personal likes and dislikes, how we feel about ourselves… and lots more….
Some tips on getting the pace right in your story:
I am fortunate to be able to walk out of our house into country lanes. With the roads being quiet, it allows for reflection. Yesterday, as I was passing through an area of woodland, I did this exercise, and I recommend it to you…
Hello and welcome to the video of a facebook live I did this morning, on the topic of editing your manuscript…