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Writer Wednesday: Update, Part 2

My last update was a quickly typed note, because I was still unwell and just starting to see signs of recovery. I wanted to drop a message because I knew how late I was, in fixing my scheduled posts. Normally, I schedule 3-4 months ahead, leaving gaps for anything sudden, last minute, or sometimes leaving… Continue reading Writer Wednesday: Update, Part 2

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Share-It Saturday: Why You Should Write a Skeleton Draft

Reblogged from The Novel Smithy Why You Should Write a Skeleton Draft by Lewis/October 27, 2020/NaNoWriMo, Outlining Halloween is only a few days away, and I have skeletons on my mind. No, I don’t mean spooky skeletons—though my neighbor’s Halloween decorations do make those hard to ignore. Instead, I’m thinking about skeleton drafts, and how they can… Continue reading Share-It Saturday: Why You Should Write a Skeleton Draft

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Share-It Saturday: Shakespeare Love Quotes

Reblogged from No Sweat Shakespeare In Surviving Vihaan, Book 5.5, the main character – Ollie – is a total Shakespeare-buff. My favourite part is when Ollie uses Shakespearean insults against a rude teacher, and murmurs quotes after a first kiss. Be sure to look out for that. 😉 Most Famous William Shakespeare Love Quotes We… Continue reading Share-It Saturday: Shakespeare Love Quotes

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Writer Wednesday: Time For A Refresh

It’s astounding to think that I’ve been working on publishing Paper Love for 3 YEARS! I removed it from Wattpad not long after it won it’s Watty Award, finally having the confidence that it was a story worth publishing. It took another 6 months to read it, edit it and realise that the story didn’t… Continue reading Writer Wednesday: Time For A Refresh

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Writer Wednesday: How K-Pop Reignited My Love of Poetry

You probably re-read that title once or twice, right? Wondering what the two have to do with each other. At a glance, K-Pop and poetry seem worlds apart, but they’re really very similar. Both construct a world in your mind through words. Both use imagery, fantasy, and real life in a blended form to create… Continue reading Writer Wednesday: How K-Pop Reignited My Love of Poetry