If you're looking for a new online community to share not only your stories with, but your interests, hobbies, favourite books and authors, and your favourite music and movies as well, you need to check out Get Underlined! It's a new website designed entirely with you in mind! It is completely mobile-friendly, meaning you can … Continue reading Get Underlined
You know the feeling. Your brain is buzzing with creativity and your fingers are just itching to get some words on the page. You sit yourself down and set up your laptop or notebook and pen (check out my post on Laptop vs. Pen here). You take a breath and the words begin to spill … Continue reading Finding a Place to Write
Ten years ago Cassandra Clare's first novel in The Mortal Instruments series was published. City of Bones was Clare's debut novel, reaching #8 on the New York Times Bestseller list and sold so well in its first ten days that a second round of printing had to be ordered. Since then, Clare has published fourteen … Continue reading City of Bones: 10 Years On
The popularity of creative writing courses in universities around the world is on the rise. The Conversation has a really interesting article here that talks about why is it so important to continue to teach these courses and what they're really about. You should check it out! What do you think? Should universities teach creative writing courses?
In an age where modern technology is slowly taking over things previously done manually or by hand, I began to wonder about the changing attitudes and practices in writing. More and more young writers, and even students for that matter, are turning away from the traditional pen and paper method of writing and taking notes … Continue reading Laptop vs. Pen
Today marks a special date for every Potterhead. Not only is September the 1st the day that young witches and wizards will be travelling to Platform 9 and 3/4 and jumping onboard the Hogwarts Express on their way to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, 2017 is the year that Albus Severus Potter will board the … Continue reading Potterheads – its been 20 years
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