December 31st was the deadline for the writing competition hosted by Dutch Comic Con. I took part in it before, but my story wasn’t selected that time. I wanted to give it another go, especially because the new theme was ‘games’. Games are kind of my thing (understatement of the year), so I thought my
One productivity tip that always seems to stay at the top of ‘get things done’-lists is “Anticipate the future”. We have to know what’s coming to prepare for it. I’ve known about my trip to Japan for nearly a year and only started preparing my blog a month before our flight. A month is enough,
Writing a first chapter is hard. The tips I found online didn’t help me much. I examine them and tell you why they don’t work for me.
Tessa explores the ins and outs of writing about your own hometown if it isn’t widely known. Especially if supernatural beings live there as well.
I don’t believe in writer’s block. Three things are responsible for being unable to create and here are some tips to fix them.
New year, new goals! The 2018 review has influence how things are done in 2019. More content on a regular basis and no more daily blog events.
A look back at 2018 as we say goodbye to another year. Goals were crushed and deadlines missed, but it’s been an amazing year. Thank you!
An overview of this year’s writing prompts and a small teaser of what themes will come next year. Do you use writing prompts in your practice?
Tessa shares five tips to well help you during your NaNoWriMo adventure. Writing sprints, rewards, support, planning and picking the right tools.
Here are five tips to help the pantsers in our writing group, the people who write by the seat of their pants. They don’t use outlines, but they start writing. They have a premise and characters in their head and want to tell their story immediately. If you are such a writer or want to