Happy Friday, everyone! Normally, I come to you at the start of the weekend with a longer post on writing, but with my husband being ill and at home this week, my schedule has been all over the place. Therefore, I haven't had time to write the post I had planned for today, but I … Continue reading When things don’t happen the way you planned…
When you work out, you do a warmup before you start. Before a soccer game, you do a warmup to get you going. Even artists warm up with quick sketches before they get to work. So why don't we talk about writing warmups more? I'll admit that I haven't been the best at doing them … Continue reading Stretch Your Brain with Writing Warmups
Everyone is always dreaming that they’re somewhere else. Really, it’s no wonder. This world can be cruel and cold, and all of us need an escape sometimes. But the important thing is to remember that this is life, and we all have something we’re called to do. Imagination is a wonderful thing, but it’s also … Continue reading Idle Imaginings — My “Dream Life”
If you haven't heard about my Kindle Vella story, The Dragons' Den, well, I'm telling you about it now! Kindle Vella is a new way to read stories on the Kindle (and Kindle app) in episodic format. It's really great if you just want to read little tidbits of stories at a time! My contribution … Continue reading A Story You Can’t Miss
Hello, everyone! Soon enough I'll make a post explaining why this blog has been on hiatus, but I'm back for now to tell you about a brand new story that you can start reading right now! https://www.amazon.com/kindle-vella/product/B097GMCMK2 Kindle Vella has launched for readers today, which means that you can dig into my new story, The … Continue reading The Dragons’ Den
Penned using my brand new Rocketbook, which I’ll be talking about in a post later this week!
Olivia awoke to see something staring at her from outside her window. She screamed but kept her eyes on the thing, unable to look away. A pair of yellow eyes watched her, though they were filled with detached boredom rather than interest. Realising that the thing had no intention of doing any harm at present, … Continue reading Writeober Day 7: “I did. What about it?”