Hey lovely people,
Can you believe we’ve only got 2 months of 2016 left?! November has brought some icy cold weather with it which is pretty convenient as it’s officially Novel Writing Month – staying in my nice warm bed & writing some more of my book on the weekends has been absolutely lush.
I started writing my first novel on my Masters programme in 2014 & it has been a bit of a struggle, mainly because I’ve never written something this long before! Continue reading “Novel Writing Month! | Writing”
I have something to admit…
These past few days, I’ve been slacking. I usually wake up early every morning and write a little bit more of the novel I’ve been working on. But recently, I’ve been feeling a tad stuck.
So I’ve dug out a few books from my bookshelf to get me back in the mood and I thought I’d share them with you as they’re pretty helpful if you need some writing motivation. Continue reading “5 Books Every Writer Should Own | Books”
Hey lovely people,
I thought I might update you on a couple of exciting things that are going on at the moment! Continue reading “Reading at Keats House! | Writing”
Hope you’re all having a great week!
I recently wrote a blog post on the ways in which creativity can boost wellbeing for a local performing arts academy called Superstars in the Making. Continue reading “Creativity Boosts Wellbeing! | Writing”
Since I’ve taken part in Creative Writing Classes for the past four years now, I thought I would do a short video on the pros & cons of them! Continue reading “Creative Writing Classes | Writing”
Happy December, everyone!
In just twelve days, it will be Christmas and thankfully, I’ve very nearly finished my Christmas shopping – just a few more to buy. Continue reading “Christmas Stories! | Writing”
Not too long ago, my brother asked me to do a reading at his wedding in September. This made me nervous enough. Then he asked me to write it.
I wasn’t too sure how to go about it as I didn’t want to make it too cheesy or over the top. I wanted to steer away from clichés as much as I could too. Continue reading “For Dan & Lisa | Writing”
The spring brings with it new beginnings. It is the calm after the storm. The madness of Christmas has died down and there is a slight serenity in the way we return to our everyday routines. A slight depression in the reoccurrence of normal life. But nevertheless, a fresh start. Continue reading “Spring: A Time For New Beginnings | Writing”
I won a competition! My Christmas story, Starlight, was chosen as the winner of the South Wales Echo’s Short Story Competition and was printed on Christmas Eve. It’s a semi-autobiographical piece and is based on the relationship I had with my late father. I thought I’d share it on here even though Christmas has now passed. Excuse the cheesy photo. Continue reading “Starlight | Writing”