Writing Tips and Prompts

I Just Read Meg & Linus and My Heart is Full of Rainbows

Get it?? Get it?? Because everyone is gay?? (shut up I’m hilarious) But there’s another reason why my heart is full of rainbows, and it’s because this book is just. So. Pure. It’s about best friends and Star Trek and being brave even when you’re sure you’re about to get your heart crushed and I just […]

How to Plan For, and Survive, NaNoWriMo

The first time I heard of NaNoWriMo (National Novel-Writing Month), I was both intrigued and petrified. Write a 50,000-word novel in a month? Write every day? Track my progress online, where everyone can see it? Tell me more while I slowly back into the hedges à la Homer Simpson. Don’t get me wrong – not only […]

I Write Fanfiction Because I Hate Writing Exercises

Writing exercises are…not my favourite. There, I said it. I don’t like being challenged to write a short story every day, or tell a tale in only six words, or come up with something based off a single-word prompt. Having to just make up everything on the spot is so much work. Basically, I feel […]

30 New Writing Prompts and Not Much Else

It’s been a while since I did a prompts-and-updates post! I haven’t got a whole lot to report on the novel front, actually, as I’m only two weeks off handing in my master’s disseration and my brain has the structural integrity of an over-baked brie. I’m really looking forward to picking Lady of Daemons back up soon, […]