Yesterday, my CW teacher told me that I have a natural ability to storytelling and I can make characters come alive however I need to work on my technical skills. Plus, I discovered I had a C grade on one of my poetry essays which I dictated to a notetaker and my spelling and grammar … Continue reading Praise.
That 124 page document is all of my best writing I've done over three years! Just in case #uni wants to see what I'm capable of. I'll be chuffed if I get asked for an interview and I want them to be wowed not only by my words but my #organisation #preciouspages
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Apologies for my absence yesterday, I was very busy. Today's quote of the day is from Lee Child: Don't get it right just write - Lee Child.
Hey Guys! Thank you for all your love and support, thanks to you this little blog has survived this vast thing called the Internet for a week! This evening's post is to do with grades and university. Lately I've realised how stressed I'm getting especially since I completed my UCAS form. I'm just so scared! … Continue reading University/ Grades/ Revision
I have been super tired today hence no chapter updates. But, this book 'Little Lies' is so good! I love all its intracies and mystery! If you'd like me to review a book email me: email@example.com Does it count as writing when I had to write a poetry essay?! Oh lord, on Monday my UCAS … Continue reading Saturday Night Reads
“If a nation loses its storytellers, it loses its childhood.” —Peter Handke Never throw anything you write away - it may seem rubbish today but one sentence could provide inspiration later. Try to write everyday - set a timer for 30 minutes of writing time. Uninterrupted of course. Read up on your chosen genre. Take … Continue reading Writing Tips