Around a year ago today I published this post. It was all about the 25 things I wanted to do before 25, and written just before I turned 23. Well, in a couple of days, I turn 24 (which means, I’m an proper, PROPER adult now, right?), so I thought I’d do a little update. Here’s… Continue reading Update: 25 things before 25.
This post is a little late this month, because I have been spending all of my spare time writing. I started it New Years Day. In January, I wrote half a book. In February, I stalled slightly. I was really happy with everything I’d written so far, but I couldn’t quite work out the ending.… Continue reading Stage 3: Draft 1.5 | Writing
In January, I wrote half a book. Which is a pretty big achievement, for me. I’m normally a slow, messy drafter, but this book just seems to be pouring out of me. I have a sort of plan RE how it’s all going to end (but that could change, at any time.) It’s a first draft… Continue reading Stage 2: Draft 1 | Writing
I struggle with January. Like, a lot. It’s cold, Christmas is over, everyone seems to be really into fitness&health all of a sudden and did I mention it’s cold? It’s the month of fresh starts that seem suddenly stale two weeks in. It’s the month of tube strikes, and promised snow that never materialises. It’s… Continue reading Finding the magic in January.
So, I’m writing a book. It’s not a book at the moment, it’s just a jumble of words on a page. But one day, it’s going to be a book. I really enjoy reading about other people’s writing process–what they do that’s the same/different from me, so I thought I’d journal my writing process. I’ve never… Continue reading Stage 1: Draft 1 | Writing
HAPPY NEW YEAR!! I hope you had a great end of year celebration, and I hope you don’t have too much of a headache this morning. 2017 means a new start, new aims and goals, and here are mine for the year ahead: 1 // Write Bravely So, there’s this book I want to write,… Continue reading 2017 goals
1 // Ginger Reads Lainey Lainey’s videos are super informative and encouraging, and she has some great writing tip videos. I also LOVE her monthly writing vlogs–they are simultaneously completely relatable and inspirational, and I always seem to want to write after watching one. 2 // Kim Chance Kim has detailed videos on… Continue reading 5 Writing Youtubers You Should Be Watching!