I have been tagged in "The Next Big Thing Blog Hop" by Pete Denton. His original post can be found here! He too, like I, is an author worth checking out! The Next Big Thing Blog Hop started on She Writes a while back and has spread quite rapidly. So - What does this mean? Well … Continue reading The Next Big Thing Blog Hop
My short story, Our Masters, is up for the "Teleport Us" Sci-Fi writing event over at LitReactor. You can find my story here! (http://litreactor.com/events/teleport-us/our-masters) I would be incredibly happy if you read, rated, and commented on it (truthfully! If it is bad, please be honest and say so, and offer advice on improvement). You need to be a member … Continue reading “Our Masters” is up on LitReactor!
I feel bad for not having written anything in a while but I've spent as much time as possible, while trying not to lose my sanity, on revising Project 1. It has been done and the third draft is complete. It is the draft my beta readers will read so I'm starting to send those … Continue reading Non-linear narrative [Choice of Games] & Project 1 update!
The first minute is the most important, holding the key advice, which is simply to write! But please, go ahead, listen to the whole thing. She's an inspiring figure - a great writer - and gives a lot of inspiring advice in this video! - F H Hakansson
There is a post by Matt Haig over at Booktrust called "Everything you wanted to know about being a writer (but were afraid to ask)." It's funny, genuine, and I love it. It's getting a lot of response and is well worth your time. Please - go over there and read it! [http://www.booktrust.org.uk/writing/online-writer-in-residence/blog/496/] Also, here's a … Continue reading XI: Interesting read of the day: Everything you wanted to know about being a writer
Found this while browsing the "Writing" section of reddit. It's short and straight to the point. - F H Hakansson
I often wonder what the perfect set-up is to maximize my writing, my creativity, and my work. What is the ideal way to prevent writer's block and allow yourself to finish a novel without ever having an urge to stop because of some unguided sense of failure? The answer varies. I know one of my … Continue reading The perfect environment for Creative Writing