'Tell Us Ten Things About Yourself.' I was recently asked by a friend on Medium to take part in the posts 'Tell Us Ten Things About Yourself.' For all my followers I thought it would be something nice to share with you all. Thank you to both Elle Fredine and Terrye Turpin for tagging me in this. 1) My Main … Continue reading My Hidden Talent
Reading is subjective. Readers bring their own feelings and past experience to any book they pick up. Hence each reader will have a different experience with your book. The subjective nature of reading guarantee’s you can not please all the readers, all the time. As authors, we strive for the positive reviews and dread … Continue reading The subjective nature of reading is an encouragement for all authors.
The inspiration that keeps me sitting writing every day. What is your inspiration to write? When I saw this question, the person that came straight to mind was my daughter. She can often be found trying to help Mum write. At 1 year old she is very helpful as you can imagine. I named her Harper … Continue reading Who Inspires the Writer in Me
My first 10 days of the Post Every Day for 30 Days Writing Challenge I have found myself in the middle of a ‘Post Every day For 30 Days Challenge.’ Until this point, I have resisted. The main reason being time, being made redundant solves this problem. The other reason I have never committed to … Continue reading Post Every Day For 30 Days
Part 3 of 5 Tips for Attracting More Readers. So you have written a killer headline and first sentence. Now it is time to keep the readers engaged with killer content. You have to deliver all the information you promised in the headline. Personally, I get more engagement on articles between 3–5 minutes long. You might find … Continue reading 5 Tips for Attracting More Readers With Killer Content
My story starts before the metal carriages roamed our streets. The world was much quieter then. I sit in the corner of the park. A huge metal structure with water flowing through me. Back when they first put me here, families used to come up and sit beside me. Children respecting their parents. All of … Continue reading Marching Through Time – Short Story
The five tips I learnt in 6 weeks. Two months ago I was made redundant from a job I loved. Freelancing was the option I thought might save me. The utter feeling of panic that grips you when you get the news is crippling. It is, in all honesty, a post all on its own. My … Continue reading What Being Made Redundant Taught Me About Freelancing