Enrolling in a two-day creative writing course helped me get my mojo back and connected me with like-minded people travelling similar journeys to mine. Here’s what happened.
This week, my blog post is another Furious Fiction, this time mine (last week I published my husband’s efforts). I’m not happy with this, by a long way. Why am I publishing something I’m not happy with? Well, to a degree I’m always a little unhappy with my work. But also, this is something waaaay outside my comfort zone, so … Read More
This is my entry to the creative writing competition, Furious Fiction, by the Australian Writers’ Centre.
Proofreading your own work is almost impossible. Here are five tips to improve your skills and help you edit and proofread your own work better.
I’m a mother, a wife, a full-time worker, a friend. So I say “I’m too busy” a LOT. But this November I decided it was now or never – I wanted to win #NaNoWriMo. I needed to find time to write that didn’t mean giving up TV, sleeping, or Joe Biden memes.
Did you know the correct language when discussing a successful outcome in November’s National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is not: “I completed NaNoWriMo” or “I finished NaNoWriMo” but actually, “I won NaNoWriMo”.
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