As you may have heard, this month is Mental Health Awareness Month. It is also Borderline Personality Disorder Awareness Month. They have neatly coincided to allow us to raise awareness and be more informed about one of the most complex, and often misunderstood, mental illnesses. So I thought that I would shine a light on … Continue reading So, what is BPD?
1. Less is so much more Honestly, if I have learned anything in the past 12 months it is that flogging yourself with blog posts, social media, and entrepreneurs in your inbox won't make life any easier. I work with clients 9-5 Monday to Friday and find myself telling them over and over, "slow down" … Continue reading 5 Ways To Improve Your Productivity
Yes it's a thing, I researched it. UK readers and writers, our time is now. Or more precisely, Monday 29th April until Monday 5th May. So what is National Stationery Week, other than the one holiday I didn't know I needed? This week celebrates the importance of writing by gathering all stationery addicts and handwriters … Continue reading National Stationery Week: Part I
I was nominated for this amazing award by a fellow blogger who is fast becoming a good friend of mine. Emily and her blog have served as inspiration since I began my own blogging journey less than two months ago. She has been a cheerleader across Twitter and Instagram, her blog features book reviews, lifestyle … Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award
We are just one week away from the release of Eleri's Kingdom! I am really happy with how it has come along and am just finishing up those pesky last few chapters as part of Camp NaNoWriMo. So far you have read excerpts from the first three chapters, you know the chapter titles, and you … Continue reading Are you ready?
Never have I ever come across so many pieces of advice on writing fiction than when I joined all social media platforms under the title 'author'. Every single person you encounter can tell you what is wrong with your novel, how your clichés are too much, how your characters are too predictable, how you are … Continue reading The five things your novel is missing that you never thought about
As the penultimate sneak preview of Eleri's Kingdom, I would like to offer you a quick guide to the royal family and their courtiers. The RoyalsFerdinand d'Elysia: Eleri's paternal grandfather, the first King of Asile, granted power from the Sun. Ferdinand led the magician factions in the Dark War against persecution from humankind. Upon winning the … Continue reading Who’s Who?
It's day 18. We have less than two weeks left of Camp NaNoWriMo. I thought I'd check in with you to see how you're all doing and share how I've been getting on. In all honesty, it's been tough. My word count is barely shifting and I've hit a bit of a block. This will … Continue reading Over halfway there!
My blog is a whole month old! A month of writing tips, notebook obsessions, book loving, and the introduction to my serial: Eleri's Kingdom. In the past 24 hours I have seen plenty more of you join the community and become acquainted with my little corner of the internet; welcome to all of you! So … Continue reading One month later…
Today's post was going to generally cover reading, what I like to read, what I'm currently reading, and what my favourites are. Then my mother came into my room last night and informed me that she was embarking on a task she had never done before: re-reading a book. Her TBR pile is bigger than … Continue reading To re-read or not to re-read