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May, briefly

May has been a flurry of activity, to say the least. (Thankfully, no flurries outside… but touch wood, because in Canada, you never know.) I’m very grateful that I’ve been able to stay organized and on top of things, because otherwise something would have slipped through the cracks. 721 more words


What I Learned From Writing The Wayfarers

Last week, I published one of my short stories, The Wayfarers, and previously, I also described my writing process that went into one of my other stories, … 529 more words


Short and Sweet Advice for Writers - Read Your Work Out Loud

You have probably heard this advice before. It isn’t new. It isn’t rocket science.

But, do you actually read your work out loud?

Experts across all genres recommend reading your work out loud as part of your editing process. 337 more words

Writer's Toolbox

Revising for your LLB

This post will outline my own experiences and give advice on how to revise at university, in particular for your first year law exams.

As the age old saying goes, prevention is better than cure. 693 more words


How Fear Drove Me From "Finishing" a Novel

Creating a world from nothing means eventually we have to show it to someone.

How we deal with their comments and whether we understand how they’re trying to help us is all on us. 354 more words



Quick Note: This is a series of blog posts many of which have ideas that are based off of Plot  & Structure by James Scott Bell. 468 more words