Month: April 2018

Writing Tips 5

Hi everyone, I’m back again with another six writing tips to help you make the best out of your work. Backstory Backstory can be essential, but it’s a good idea to try and spread it throughout a story, giving little… Read More ›

Confused Words 3

It’s been a little while since I last wrote a Confused Words post and there’s no time like the present, so here are some more words that are, for whatever reason, sometimes confused. Flew, Flu, Flue Flew: this is the… Read More ›

My Truest Friend

Hello everyone, I’ve been working on a poem and I thought that I’d share it with you all. It’s about the most beautiful creature who ever lived, my dog, Sasha. She lived with me for 18 years but sadly, four… Read More ›

Mind Mapping

A mind map, also sometimes called a Bubble or Cluster diagram is a simple yet effective way of generating ideas that become progressively more in-depth as the diagram grows.      You begin by writing a word in the centre… Read More ›

Writing Tips 4

Hi everyone! I’ve not written a ‘Writing Tips‘ post for a long while and seeing as I’ve had a little time today, I thought I’d write one now – So here are another six tips. Titles When you’re writing a… Read More ›