Last week I asked the twittersphere for some help with one of my stories, and I wanted to share with everyone (thanks so much if you were one of the ones who answered!) My problem was this: I’m working on a story where I need to rewrite good parts of the beginning. I think! I’m … Continue reading Fixing a story. Editing now or later?
I thought I'd write a little post on how I build my characters, so here goes. First of all, I usually tumble across an idea inside my mind, and when I do it’s as if I haven’t had the idea myself, but as if someone left it there, for me to find. I’ll look at … Continue reading Inspiration for a story – Characters.
So here it is, my first book review, of Desolation by Jesper Schmidt. I'll try to keep this spoiler free, but I will name some characters, and might reveal a bit more than what you get from the Amazon description. Proceed at your own risk. Check out Jesper's Twitter and Website, and check out his … Continue reading Book Review: Desolation by Jesper Schmidt
When you decided to start writing, did it come naturally or did you do a lot of research first? Did you look up how to write? Did you read blogs (like this one perhaps?), find websites, listen to podcasts or watch videos on YouTube? Maybe you went a bit less digital, and actually bought a … Continue reading Don’t Take Too Much Advice
Do you have a favourite author? I bet you do. Or maybe a couple, a few that you read quite a lot, someone you just can't wait to publish a new book. Someone that probably helped you along on the road to becoming a writer and an author yourself. Everyone who writes, who wants to … Continue reading Who Are You Writing As?