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You may have seen, I recently had a chat with published author S.M. Hollandabout mental illness in the realms of fiction.If you saw my interview, you will already know that thanks to the collaboration, my Quarterly Newsletter subscribers have the chance to win a free eBook copy of her soon-to-be-released book: Get in My Head: … Continue reading GIVEAWAY: Get in My Head, by S.M. Holland
This semester at uni, I'm enrolled in The Publishing Project, a paper designed to guide us into the world of publications, how to navigate it and succeed. For my production, I am partaking in a group production and together we have decided to found a literary magazine, building from the ground up our very own publication. I … Continue reading The Quagga: Literary Magazine
The Glittering Court by Richelle Mead My rating: 3 of 5 stars Spoiler Free Review 2.5 stars Let me first start out by saying, I honestly didn't realise this was a romance novel when I picked it up... in fact, I was literally over half way through the book when I finally realised I was … Continue reading Review: The Glittering Court
Dawn Husted, a married mother of two from Texas, is an author of two novels and one novella; two urban fantasy and one dystopian . Dawn graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelors, and believes in living life to the fullest, which is why she loves camping, cooking, writing, and is learning German. She once built an Orphanage in … Continue reading Author Interview: Dawn Husted
Thought I would share with you a piece I wrote for a fiction writing class at Uni last year, about a teenage cupid-in-training. My teacher wasn't happy with it, but hopefully y'all will be at least mildly entertained. The Cupid’s Dilemma Being a teenager is complicated enough. Leslie thought it was wholly unfair … Continue reading A Short Story: The Cupid’s Dilemma
I wanted to share a short excerpt, which is actually from the sequel to Tiger's Eye, that nicely showcases Olivia's personality.
I pulled another vanishing act this past month or so. Due to personal life struggles, I decided to take a break from... well, everything. I packed a bag and went away for two weeks, ignoring all social media so I could focus on myself for a while. It was much needed and properly enjoyed, but … Continue reading Disappearing Act
I think one of my greatest struggles in writing is creating entirely unique characters - especially when it comes for supporting characters. My main characters aren't quite as big an issue; they have background and context that lends them their own unique traits and habits. However, I have noticed I can tend to lean towards … Continue reading Characterization and Diversity
Here's an extract from my WIP Tiger's Eye, a little teaser to stir your interest.
Please enjoy, share your thoughts, and be kind - it's still a first draft.