Tag Archives: advice

Embracing ‘The Fear’

Embracing ‘The Fear’ is a good thing for your writing – honest! Continue reading

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Show vs Tell – A Writers’ Workshop

Come and join our Writers’ Workshop. This month we are discussing Show vs. Tell.

Would you like to join the conversation or try the exercise? Continue reading

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Stop Using Crutch Words and Immediately Improve Your Creative Writing

Are crutch words killing your writing? Do you know how to recognise them? Continue reading

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Writing Tips From One Newbie To Another

Does anybody else read through their posts and have no memory of writing some of them? I have been leafing through my blog today to experience it from a visitor’s perspective. Reaching the milestone of a thousand followers has unleashed ‘the fear’! … Continue reading

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An Irritating Short Story – Revisited. Destiny’s Gamble

After your excellent advice, I have rewritten my short story.

Destiny’s Gamble Continue reading

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Would you be interested in a Writers’ Workshop? Fill in my survey.

Complete my survey to let me know if you’d like to see and take part in a writers’ workshop. Continue reading

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Poetry. There’s nothing to it. 

How do you explain poetry to children when they ask ‘what’s the point?’. Here’s how I tackled that parenting hurdle. Continue reading

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