Month: September 2017

Writing Tips – Writing Children’s Stories 2

Hi everyone, I had a little bit of time, and so I thought I’d write some more Writing Tips for writers who find crafting children’s stories as difficult as I do. You can find parts one and three of this… Read More ›

You are a Writer

Originally posted on Robert C Day:
Worried about whether you are really a writer? Well fret no more – you are, indeed, a member of that illustrious breed. And here’s why. You can call yourself a writer if you write. Even…

Additional Confused Words

Hello everyone here’s another post about words that are sometimes confused with others. You can find my other posts about Confused Words here. Break, Brake Break: is the word to use when you’re talking about ending or pausing something for… Read More ›

Why do you write?

Originally posted on The Cat's Write:
Every writer likes to have a go at answering this (often personal) question at some point in their blogging career, and I suppose I’m no different. What brewing concoction of feelings and emotions do you…


Worldbuilding is an essential part of the writing process when it comes to fiction and storytelling. The ‘world’ you create for your story (or ‘story world‘ as it is also known) is where your story takes place. It is where… Read More ›