Send your inner critic into another room to play with some crayons while you write your first draft. Just Write. Don’t aim for perfect prose at this point. Let the story flow. Continue reading How NaNoWriMo helped me finish my novel
NaNo what?! NaNoWriMo: National Novel Writing Month. Or as others know it, November. November is a time when many budding and established writers get together and attempt to write an entire 50,000-word novel in one month, because, well, they love torturing themselves.
London Army Apparel take to the stage for #Startup Stories 4: How do you start a high fashion clothing brand? Continue reading Start-Up Stories 4. London Army Apparel
But how do you write a blog and how do you write it well? Consider the following points to help you create a blog post that people will want to read and share. Here’s my guide to writing good blog posts Continue reading How to write a good blog post
Originally posted on Bookmunch:
Jennie Melamed’s debut novel, Gather the Daughters, drags us into a strange society on an isolated island where gender roles are twisted and magnified. It depicts a dystopian future, not unlike that in Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, in which the women are kept under strict control and play a very limited role in the society they live in. They are used… Continue reading “A promising but problematic debut” – Gather the Daughters by Jennie Melamed
You might see a familiar face in November’s issue of Psychologies magazine. Turn to page 70 and you’ll see me talking about gut instincts, shark attacks and forest fires! Continue reading Do you trust your intuition? Feature article in Psychologies Magazine
It’s time for #Startup Stories 3 from @morestorgy. What does it take to set-up a magazine? Continue reading Start-up Stories 3. STORGY