Children who are exposed to books and reading are more likely to be readers as adults, so fostering a love of books in your child’s early years is vital.
I love travel, but it’s good to finally be home again and unpack the suitcase!
Here are a few pictures from my trip…
Well, time to get back to reality!
Life stories, autobiography, biography and memoir, are all recreations and discoveries of a life. A well-crafted life story shapes your diverse and colourful assortment of personal vignettes into a graceful, coherent narrative that conveys the larger story and wisdom of your life. This is what a writer does when ghostwriting life stories.
For writers, rejections are a dime a dozen – it is all part of the process. Understanding this will help you avoid rejection blues.
We’ve all heard that old adage ‘Don’t judge a book by its cover’ and I think we all agree that these are words to live by, but, here’s the thing…it’s entirely different when you apply this saying to actual books. When you stand in a bookstore or browse eBooks online, you can be overwhelmed by the sheer volume of choices available. Some kind of process of elimination has to occur, and that usually begins with what we see: the book cover!
If you have been thinking about hiring a proofreader, but are not sure what they do or if that is the service you need, then read on.
A genie grants you three writing-related wishes: what are your writing wishes and why?
Sometimes we take words for granted. We use them to communicate, we misuse them, we use them out of context, we use them in groups. But take time to consider single words and you discover things you may never have noticed before.
If you were going to be stuck in an elevator, which fictional characters would you most like to be stuck with? Who are your elevator characters?
What are your comfort books, books you can read again and again, that foster and rekindle your desire to write?