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How to Identify Life Lessons Using a Writing Exercise #AmWriting

How to Identify Your Life Lessons Using a Writing Exercise I know first-hand the benefits of writing for healing purposes, and this exercise is one of my favourite personal development tools. It was my creative writing tutor who introduced me to this as we worked on character development. Designed to challenge us as writers, however, I… Continue reading How to Identify Life Lessons Using a Writing Exercise #AmWriting

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How to Name Your Fictional Character #WritingTips

How to Name Your Fictional Character I’ve recently finished writing the sequel to my last YA supernatural novel, Oath Breaker, and hope to release book two (Oath Keeper) next spring. With any follow-on book the hard work of naming your characters has been covered when you outlined your idea for book one. However, like any… Continue reading How to Name Your Fictional Character #WritingTips

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Meet Author Sacha Black @sacha_black #WritingTips

It’s an absolute delight to introduce my next guest to the blog today as she is a popular figure in the blogging community, ‘Boss Lady’ of the Annual Bloggers Bash Awards, and recently published author of the brilliant 13 Steps to Evil writing craft book (you can read my review of the book HERE). So,… Continue reading Meet Author Sacha Black @sacha_black #WritingTips

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#BookReview 13 Steps to Evil: How to Craft Superbad Villains by @sacha_black

Title: 13 Steps to Evil: How to Craft Superbad Villains Author: Sacha Black Category: Writers’ Craft Series My Review: I’ve followed Sacha Black’s blog for quite some time and thoroughly enjoy reading her posts on every aspect of the writing profession. When I heard that she had produced the first book in her writers’ craft… Continue reading #BookReview 13 Steps to Evil: How to Craft Superbad Villains by @sacha_black

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#BookReview Writing Dark Stories by @RayneHall #HowTo #wwwBlogs

Title: Writing Dark Stories Author: Rayne Hall Category: Non-Fiction/How-To My Rating: 5 out of 5 stars My Review: Rayne Hall was one of the first writers I followed on Twitter and one of the first to engage with me in a meaningful way. She always replied to any tweets, was quick to reciprocate when I… Continue reading #BookReview Writing Dark Stories by @RayneHall #HowTo #wwwBlogs

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#wwwBlogs A spot of Murder and Mayhem with @carolJhedges #Author #Interview

I’m delighted to have author, Carol Hedges on my blog today. The last time Carol popped over for a chat, it was to talk about a new release – you can read that interview HERE. Since then, Carol has been busy penning a further two books for her Victorian Murder Mystery series. What is (or… Continue reading #wwwBlogs A spot of Murder and Mayhem with @carolJhedges #Author #Interview

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Top 10 Tips for #NaNoWriMo – An Editor’s Perspective by @perfect_prose #MondayBlogs

I’m delighted to have special guest, Susan Buchanan, from Perfect Prose Services on my blog today. She shares her top ten tips for all the NaNoers preparing for 1st November, from an editor’s perspective. Top 10 Tips for NaNoWriMo – An Editor’s Perspective Only a day to go. On November 1st, fingers will be poised… Continue reading Top 10 Tips for #NaNoWriMo – An Editor’s Perspective by @perfect_prose #MondayBlogs