Most writers I know have an addiction to something (coffee, Twitter, notebook&pens etc.) I have been collecting notebooks for years and years, and recently I have started to make my own. I really enjoy crafting my own supplies. I feel like it gives me a certain kind of creative independence, and it allows me to … Continue reading All About My Writer’s Notebook
It's no secret that the best writing highlights our most well-guarded secrets and shines a mirror back into the ugly face of humanity.
I think I'm at a point deep enough into the writing process where I am comfortable to publicly talk about my project. For the past six months, I have been working on a three-part novella called Ruth. I wrote the first 10,000 words of it for my Creative Writing dissertation. I think having an advisor … Continue reading Ruth – A Novella
Today I am going to share my favourite hidden gems that come with your Microsoft word processor, as well as a bonus trick to keep you in the writing mood! As someone who gets quite easily sidetracked, I've found these hidden features extremely helpful when it comes to reducing the number of distractions interrupting my … Continue reading Hidden Tools in Microsoft Word That Will Take Your Writing to the Next Level
I'm a sucker for a good quote. I think the reason why is because the best of them distil the situation in one or two sentences and express exactly what I'm feeling. When it comes to quotes about writing or that inspire my writing, I could talk about them all day, but for the purpose … Continue reading 10 Quotes That Inspire Me and Why
What is writing, after all? A form of communication. A listing of symbols through which we convey meaning. I am of the belief that it's a kind of magic. It's time-travel. It's the undenied profession of human existence. It's a ritualistic expression of self and discovery. It's catharsis, murder without jail. It's growing up on … Continue reading Why I Write