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Writing Wednesday: Writing Advice

Hey guys! Happy Writing Wednesday, I hope all those participating in Nanowrimo are surviving and thriving under the pressure! Today, seeing as your probably drowning in your own word count I thought I'd share with you some of my favourite tips from famous authors and wise humans that might help you in your future writing… Continue reading Writing Wednesday: Writing Advice

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Review: Fahrenheit 451 – Ray Bradbury

Fahrenheit 451 takes us into the heart of a world where knowledge has been outlawed. People are consistently brainwashed by giant tv screens fitted to the walls in their homes. Everyone is desensitised, conversations are sound bites and books are banned. The story follows Montag, a fireman who's role is to  root out books and… Continue reading Review: Fahrenheit 451 – Ray Bradbury

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Writing Wednesday: Death in the Family

Welcome to another fun filled and cheerful Writing Wednesday! I’ve pulled together some weird and wonderful ideas and topics from around the internet to help give everyone a mid-week writing boost. Whilst these ideas might not work for everyone I hope they might provide a little bit of inspiration and encouragement to practice your skills.… Continue reading Writing Wednesday: Death in the Family

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Writing Wednesday: Finding Your Characters Online

Happy Writing Wednesday! I’ve pulled together some weird and wonderful ideas and topics from around the internet to help give everyone a mid-week writing boost. Whilst these ideas might not work for everyone I hope they might provide a little bit of inspiration and encouragement to practice your skills. I’ve also included some creative exercises… Continue reading Writing Wednesday: Finding Your Characters Online

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Review: Lord of the Flies – William Golding

Finally, I've read Lord of the Flies after years of people making reference to it in conversation and me laughing along like I know what they're talking about. William Golding's classic novel examines civilisation verses savagery and how quickly morality can dissipate when there is no one to exact justice. The story follows a group… Continue reading Review: Lord of the Flies – William Golding

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Writing Wednesday: Creative Exercise – Looking Up

I thought today I would share with you a writing exercise I picked up a long time ago when I used to study Creative Writing. It takes barely any time and you can do it during your everyday life with only minor disruption to other pedestrians. The tip is, when you’re out in town or… Continue reading Writing Wednesday: Creative Exercise – Looking Up

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Review: American Gods – Neil Gaiman

American Gods is an investigation into religion, consumerism and how a society forms and supports ever changing systems of belief. It tackles huge ideas from the perspective of Shadow a coin trick performing ex-con seemingly plucked from obscurity. As the novel progresses he also reveals himself to be caring, sensitive and perceptive, he’s decidedly well-read… Continue reading Review: American Gods – Neil Gaiman