3 tips to write a poem in 10 minutes

I recently posted a writing prompt to write a poem with me in 10 minutes. But it's easier said than done! Writing poetry is hard. You stare at that blank page and nothing seems good enough to put pen to paper. I know the feeling. So to explain some of my personal techniques for writing … Continue reading 3 tips to write a poem in 10 minutes

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Book Review: A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness

A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness follows a 12-year-old boy named Conor, who is visited nightly by a monster who tells him stories. The monster terrorises him at first, but Conor listens to the stories under the pretence that he'll tell the monster "the truth". There's a lot of upset in Conor's life, from his … Continue reading Book Review: A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness

6 Amazingly Creative Aussies To Check Out This Year

I love supporting local talent. There are some inspirational Aussies out there! So I thought I would run through just a few creative Australian individuals, businesses and bookish groups that I think you should know about. Check out their websites, subscribe to their mailing lists, follow them on social media, browse through their stores, add … Continue reading 6 Amazingly Creative Aussies To Check Out This Year

5 Social Media Tips For Introverted Writers And Readers

Having a social media presence isn't easy, especially when you're an introvert in the first place. But being part of the online writing and reading community doesn't have to be scary or tiring. Lots of modern advice for writers will stress the importance of having a blog, an author website, or being across social media … Continue reading 5 Social Media Tips For Introverted Writers And Readers