Are you a planner or a pantser? Perhaps, like me, you're somewhere in between. It can be tricky to find that perfect balance but I have found one thing to be very helpful. Free-writing.
Character creation is one of the core components of building your story. But how important is their appearance and how can you develop this in your mind?
A (Re-)Introduction to my novel and the beginning of a new writing adventure. Hope you will join me!
I only have one recurring dream, usually when I'm anxious about something. This is always how it plays out.
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I've been creating stories for as long as I can remember but I can pinpoint the exact moment I decided to become a storyteller.
I walk through the pit lane in Austria and watch the activity in the garages. Engineers, mechanics, drivers, photographers… It takes a while for me to spot a woman in amongst them. It’s in the Mercedes garage. It’s Kim Stevens, the track aerodynamicist. She’s half buried under the car, checking over the chassis, collecting vital … Continue reading Be The Change – IWD
When I was 7 years old I saw the most amazing moon. The first time I heard on the news about there being a super moon, I got so excited because I thought maybe I would finally see that moon that I saw when I was 7 years old. But it didn’t even come close. … Continue reading A Moon Illusion
I started doing NaNoWriMo in 2012 and to date, it is the only year I have ever won it. Last year I think I got a little over 10k with some short stories and the year before that was even worse with me trying to continue with an existing novel. I hadn't intended to … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2015 Update #1
While I have been keeping on track with my writing so far this year (two days in, woohoo!), the parts I have been writing have not been very interesting or well written so I won't be sharing any of that. Over the Christmas period, I exchanged what I had so far with some friends and … Continue reading Fiction Friday: Riddle Me This