We all have a favourite book, some of us book dragons like to live the events of that book. One of my friends loves having themed parties, she can’t get enough of them, and for someone who doesn’t like to read a lot, she uses an awful lot of book themes for them. Her last one was a Harry Potter themed party. Now, who … Read More Party Ideas Inspired by Books
Have you ever read a book and thought that it would be fun to do one thing that was the characters hobby. To jump into the book and follow your favourite literary characters around for one day as if they were your best friends. What would you do? Unfortunately, I have so many, but here are a few to get your bookish minds racing. … Read More My Fictional Bucket List
We all know the saying… Don’t judge a book by it’s cover! But how can we help it. It’s in our brain pattern to immediately judge something or someone by first glance. So, I embrace it. I do look at the cover, but I also look at the title and then the blurb on the back. They all help me to decide which one … Read More My Favourite Book Covers
Every writer is sure to have a Notebook… or many if you are a stationary hoarder like myself. A notebook to take with us everywhere, so you are able to write down everything that comes into our head that would be good in a book, or a short story, or for some writers, poems (I am beyond useless at poetry.) Just over a year … Read More Why my Bullet Journal is SO important to me!
The Point of View of a novel, will set the tone for the entire book, so it’s very important that the right one is picked. One of the things that I struggle with the most, as a writer beginning a new story, is from which point of view I would like to tell it from. I am bombarded with questions that I ask myself … Read More Writing in Whose POV