Pinterest Mood Boards for Book Scenes

Pinterest Mood Boards for Book Scenes

So I’m aware that I have been very lucky when it comes to the creative community. I spent many years of my life surrounded by an eclectic group of artists, game designers, writers, photographers and videographers which means that I’ve been exposed to a plethora of creative content. From this, I have had two very different experiences. The first reaction is negative. Looking at the absolutely amazing work that others create can sometimes make me feel inadequate and in turn drain me of my own creative well. However, the second reaction is the one I want to concentrate on in

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2019 Top 10 To Be Read List

2019 Top 10 To Be Read List

So I realise I may be a little late to the party with this, but it’s better to be late than never, am I right? I’m probably wrong… Either way! I thought I would put together my 2019 TBR list and the reason for it is two-fold. Firstly, because I’ve never really done it before and think it will be good for me to idealise and visualise which books I should read. Secondly, it will act as a reminder for me to ACTUALLY READ the books. Because that’s the type of person I am, very forgetful with the attention span

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Location, Location, Location Inspiration

Location, Location, Location Inspiration

I know I seem to be harping on about inspiration a lot lately but I guess it’s just something that’s been on my mind. Like I’ve said in my previous post, inspiration is hard and strikes in the rarest of moments. Maybe I feel lucky. I’ve been struck quite a lot lately which has seriously helped with my writing and I guess I just want to advocate that the truth is out there! No, wait that’s aliens… I mean inspiration. Inspiration is out there. Here are a couple of places where I’ve found inspiration from the stories I’m writing now,

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3 Things That Have Helped Inspire My New Book

3 Things That Have Helped Inspire My New Book

Inspiration is elusive. It’s something that finds you at the unexpected moments; in the shower, on the London underground, slurping the last ramen noodle from the bowl in Wagamamas. When it strikes, words can pour out of your fingertips onto the screen, flooding your storyline with enigmatic twists and turns that not even you were expecting. When inspiration hits, let it wash over your body and take you and for goodness sake do not let it go! P.S. Try to always have a notepad on you. P.P.S And a pen. Although my new story idea hasn’t been completely fleshed out

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