Hey guys, So back to a little advice today. I have spent some time talking to new writers over the last few weeks and many of them constantly ask how to get through large projects without getting overwhelmed or lost in everything that has to get done. So I thought I would answer a few… Continue reading How to break down your massive writing projects!
Hey guys, So today is somewhat of a different post, mainly because its going to be me talking about how I personally outline my writing projects on Scrivener. This is the second instalment of the Scrivener 101 series and I highly recommend you check out the first post about why I love Scrivener and what… Continue reading Scrivener 101: Outlining!
Hey guys, So, planning is a vital component for majority of writers, and there are very few that can write novels (or even shorts) without any planning. However, when you start looking into planning your writing project, you find yourself surrounded by a million different options and either start jumping from one to another or… Continue reading How to choose an outlining method!
Hey guys, So I have learnt something that has been really working for me over the last month or so and thought that it is about time I shared it with you. For the last 5 years, I have been a read one book at a time person; I find myself feeling guilty when I… Continue reading Reading Tips: Big Books
Guys! Guys! Guys! Guess what’s coming? Can you guess? It’s NaNoWriMo! What is a NaNoWriMo? NaNoWriMo seems to be the only time of the year that I can really write, and I mean more than 5,000 words across a month. NaNo is a month long event where you go all out with your writing and… Continue reading The Road to NaNoWriMo [1/6]
Hey guys, So with many people returning to school, with pressures constantly building up; having a day where you just cant do everything you need to cant really throw you out of balance for a while. So, through the help of a large variety of sources, I have comprised a five set checklist to consider… Continue reading So you’re feeling low…
Hi Guys, So, any form of NaNo is a challenge; it is designed to really test your daily word goal and prioritising your writing. 50,000 words is meant to be a challenge. 1667 words a day is a challenge. So, how do you keep that momentum going? Lets talk productivity! Pre-NaNo Firstly, you need to… Continue reading Camp NaNo Talk: Writing Productivity