Writing Techniques: Querying

This isn't technically a "techniques" post, because, admittedly, I have very limited experience with this. So, instead, I'm just going to babble a bit about how my process with querying has been going thus far, so it will be a bit more personal. I never attempted to traditionally publish I'm With You, though, in hindsight,... Continue Reading →

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Writing Techniques: Feedback

There is one aspect of writing that I have always feared the most, and that is receiving feedback on my work. It's a dangerous beast, one that can either make your spirit soar, or tear your heart out. Any time I send any piece of writing out for a fresh opinion, the butterfly factory never... Continue Reading →

Writing Techniques: Out of Order

It's almost safe to say that no writer writes exactly the same way - it's a unique process for most. Some folks must have absolute silence, some prefer total isolation, others can be productive in a busy coffee shop whilst other patrons are slurping lattes and chatting with friends. It's all up to the writer.... Continue Reading →

Lacuna

(Thought I'd share a short story I wrote several years ago and only just stumbled across.) Lacuna by: Allie Frost          Café La Bréche was unusually busy for a Thursday morning. Outside, beneath the bright yellow awning, every table was occupied. To foreigners, the café advertised ‘Paris in a cup,’ but to... Continue Reading →

Writing Techniques: Stuck

What is one of the ultimate nemeses of a writer, and the occasional downfall of their productivity? That's right; Writer's Block. There are writers out there who don't "believe" in Writer's Block, and while I understand that perspective, I don't agree with it. Because I've fought that horrible, soul-gouging feeling of being "stuck" many times... Continue Reading →

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