How To Survive Living With a Writer Over Christmas #MondayBlogs 🎅

#Writers

It’s not easy living with a writer. We are peculiar creatures and sometimes we have to be handled with care. Here are my top tips on how to survive living with a writer over Christmas: Ban the following words over Christmas to keep your writer’s spirits up; rewrite, typo, adverbs and synopsis. Make sure you have given […]

Read More

How To Survive Deleting Characters #AmWriting #WritingCommunity

#AmWriting

Writing the death of a much-loved character can be demanding and can leave you emotionally wiped out. Did you know that there is another literary situation which can be just as challenging and one which can cast a nasty gloom over your writing life – deleting a character from your story. I am not talking […]

Read More

Writers – The Importance of Forgiving Ourselves #WritingCommunity

#AmWriting #Writer

Writers, I believe forgiving ourselves is the secret to moving forward with our creative lives and ultimately achieving success. After a lengthy period of Writer’s Block I have found my way back to writing and do you know what finally did it for me? Do you know what it was that resulted in me waking […]

Read More

Why There Are So Many Doors In The Life Of A Writer #WritingCommunity

#AmWriting #Writingcommunity

Want to be a writer? Well…my advice to you is to get used to a life of doors. Yes that’s right – doors! Before your eyebrows start arching with surprise at my door revelation, I want to make it clear I am not in the middle of a breakfast cereal induced sugar rush and my hormones […]

Read More

Surprising Similarities Between The Writer & The Phoenix 🔥 #AmWriting

#AmWriting

Writing and publishing my debut novel has been an unforgettable experience. As I look back at my four-year book journey I can’t help but notice the reoccuring process of creation, destruction and resurrection. I have spent four years doing just this; creating my draft manuscript, destroying my draft manuscript and resurrecting my draft manuscript. Now […]

Read More

How To Survive The Return of the Shelved Story #AmWriting

#AmWriting #Writer #writing

Picture this: Your romance story died. The literary world cried out in frustration as you wiped away your tears, blew your nose and decided to shelve your story. There were too many things that were not working with your fictional romance, about two emotionally broken food lovers finding each other on an online dating site for […]

Read More