With #PitMad just around the corner I felt now would be a good time to remind writers to take care when choosing who to submit their manuscript to. Good look to everyone taking part.
In the same way a song can make you think of a person, place or time, it can also inspire writers to develop chapters. Music can bring chapters, characters and moments to life. It is a great aid whilst developing your story.
Felixstowe Book Festival wouldn't be complete if it didn't support the local writer groups. The festival is run by Felixstowe library so if you are looking for your local writing group I would suggest visiting your local library and asking the librarian if they have details of any. Maybe you will start one up?
July has been a challenging month for my writing goals. It has been full of distraction. Here I shall share insight on my writing life, or what’s been pulling me away.
I am never short of ideas to write, just time to work on them. Today, I am going to share with you where I get my inspiration so you too can have an abundance of ideas.
Writing a novel is mainly a solitary project that you work on for months. And, when you type ”The End” it is a huge achievement, but what do you do next?
It is important to regularly reflect on your goals. Twelve months is a long time and needs can change. It also helps you to stay accountable and not lose sight of what you are aiming to achieve.This is why I check in on myself every three months. Here is how I am progressing towards these.
I am releasing the chapters so quickly now as I am just excited to get them out there. The readers on Wattpad are posting the more encouraging comments. One even compared one of my chapters to Percy Jackson!
Another chapter is up and today's thoughts are on the theory of writing about what you know.
Here are my highlights from #PitMadJune2019