While I work on getting back into the Character Archetype Series (S to Z to go), I wanted to share a good blog series recently published as a writing resource.
Here are a couple of post links coming across my internet reading lately, and some thoughts towards these –
One of my favourite finds in netreads lately. Via David James Poissant –
How to Balance Writing, Family, Work, and Life: An Unhelpful Guide for the Perplexed
- Resolve to balance work, family, writing, and everything else in your life.
- Understand that you will never be able to balance work, family, writing, and everything else in your life.
Read the other 28 points at Glimmertrain here.
Welcome, 2015. It’s been a few weeks since my last personal blog post. My absence was due to the typical summer holidays / Christmas break and going back to school havoc over the past month.
Through it all, I’ve been editing my first (second?) draft of a novel, and at a snail’s pace (maybe even something slower), renovating the study.
The periodic table one is actually quite useful.
http://www.myfunstudio.com/ Does these as download PDFs or pngs.
The following infographic was created by Essay Mama. Personally, I’d choose to go as that famous best-selling fictional writer who-doesn’t-appear-to-do-much-writing, Richard Castle.
Thanks to Jessica Millis at Essay Mama for pointing this one out.
A couple of weeks back I went through one of those bleak times every writer occasionally suffers through…
Inspiring flip book by artist James Francis Bell aka DispleasedEskimo at deviantart. At just over three minutes long, hundreds of biro drawings tell a brief history of, well, pretty much everything.
This video includes (somehow) the concepts of human evolution while also including Jesus’s birthday in celebration of Christmas.
I learnt a lesson in writing today. I learnt that many of us need certain tools to inspire our craft, certain ways of doing things, that we fall back to everytime we need to really write.
This post is participating in the 10 Day Writing Blogger Challenge, Day Six.
Today I’m going to do both prompts for the day, as a blogger’s prerogative.
This post will profile a personal hobby of mine, and its inspiration and impact on my writing.