Writing Tip Wednesday: 7 Tips On Writing A Series by Janice Hardy.

I am currently working on a series, in fact, a lot of ideas I have for novels are part of a series. Series are very popular things in both the YA world and the sci-fi/fantasy world, my two favourite worlds to write in 🙂 So I was delighted when I came across a post by … More Writing Tip Wednesday: 7 Tips On Writing A Series by Janice Hardy.

Fiction Friday: Review ‘The Raven Boys’ by Maggie Stiefvater.

Welcome to this week’s Fiction Friday today I am reviewing The Raven Boys, book one in The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater. The synopsis from Goodreads: “There are only two reasons a non-seer would see a spirit on St. Mark’s Eve,” Neeve said. “Either you’re his true love . . . or you killed him.” … More Fiction Friday: Review ‘The Raven Boys’ by Maggie Stiefvater.

Being A Writer.

People sit down and try to write a novel for a lot reasons. For some it is a compulsion that they’ve had since childhood, others just to see if they can. For a lot of people there is a misguided perception that it’s easy. Because I’m telling you, it’s not. Not easy to write a … More Being A Writer.

Writing Tip Wednesday: Tips On Writing Action Scenes by Janice Hardy.

In the YA urban sci-fi I’m writing there are a few fight scenes. When first writing these scenes, I started to wonder just how good they were, because there’s only so many moves your characters can make in a fight before things start getting repetitive. Recently I discovered the blog by writer Janice Hardy, and … More Writing Tip Wednesday: Tips On Writing Action Scenes by Janice Hardy.

Hey, Aussie Writers.

Who said writing has to be a solitary pursuit? If you are an Australian writer on twitter, come join me and Emily Mead this and every Friday night that you can for #writeclub. We will be doing writing sprints from 7pm-midnight Sydney time (AEDT). (Anyone else around the world awake at that time feel free … More Hey, Aussie Writers.