As Valentine’s Day approaches today’s advent is inspired by my love for the film Mary Poppins! And today is National Fly a Kite Day- so enjoy this gif and art and ‘let’s go fly a kite!’
This is exactly how I feel when I stumble on a strong story line and get into that writing flow. Can you relate? Comment below!
When I write I find that music helps me concentrate, and I always try to find music that goes with the theme of what I’m writing at the time. In the case of A Royal Mind, I felt it had a Celtic feeling to it and I found a playlist on Spotify that served asContinue reading “Spotify Playlist for Writing”
A day late but I hope you enjoy this third day of Christmas poem.
I’m new to the writing community. I’ve written for years but since publishing my first book last year I’ve tried joining writing communities and groups because I wanted to get to know other writers as well as promote my book. I stumbled upon the term NanoWriMo last month and had no idea what people wereContinue reading “NanoWriMo: Day 1”
It’s a new week and I’ve sent my novel off for professional editing. I hate waiting around for it. I feel like I should be working on it, but I’ve learned there comes a time when you have to let it go for a while in order for it to grow and become magnificent. WhileContinue reading “Cover Reveal”
The age old saying, “Don’t judge a book by its cover”, is one I ignore every time I scan the shelves for a new book to read. I know that’s awful but if a book doesn’t have a professional or interesting looking cover, then I’m not going to be curious enough to read the synopsisContinue reading “Judging a Book by Its Cover”
I thought as I reach the beginning of the final stages in my publishing my novel I’d take time to highlight parts of the journey so far. The Idea The idea for The Legend of Ignis sparked years ago in my imagination. It’s grown and evolved over the years but something finally clicked when IContinue reading “My Writing Journey”
If you are like most people you may have been without power over the last few weeks or maybe you are still struggling with the affects of the terrible February winter storm. It seems like we excitedly welcomed 2021, thinking it would be better than 2020, and though there have been a couple good moments,Continue reading “Book Blizzard”
So, this month I’m hoping to do better. I’m having to read a lot of short stories and essays right now with all the English classes I’m taking for my second degree. This also the second month of our 2021 Reading adventure, which means a new reading challenge. This months challenge is to read aContinue reading “Reading for February”