Short Story: The White Woman

About a week ago, I wrote a post for RN Soul, which was quite fun; I make a point of not writing much about my personal nurse experience for obvious confidentiality reasons, but writing it as a story using lots of different experiences was ok, and it’s nice to write from life experiences. So I’m…

How To Write A Book In A Year: Chapter Three.

Tip five: Don’t tell people about your story! I can’t remember where I read this one, but it made me stop and think, and go ‘oh.’ The reason it did this, is that it makes so much sense to me, it actually helped with my motivation tenfold. The theory behind this is, that if you…

Short Story: Little Lion’s

Hello! and welcome to my newest short story. This one is a historical fiction as prompted by Jen over at The Frozen Mind. I did some traveling around Crete in October last year, The history of how the islands people rallied together, to rebel against the invasion of Crete, is incredible and inspiring, and so…

How to write a book in a year: chapter two

So here I am again, I have never been so tired in all my life! I think I’ve been unwell with something over the past few weeks because all I have been able to do is sleep. This obviously isn’t helping me with my goal of writing a book in year. I’ll leave in here,…

How to write a book in a year – chapter one

Tip one I’m going straight in to this one plan but don’t plan, I really need to do this and I will let you know how it pans out. I have found I get so bogged down with the planning stage that I never start actually writing a book, when I started to write this…

Toddlers are Monsters!

I am doing so badly an Nanowrimo so far, I really really want to get to 50,000 words this time, so far I have 7,000. Which is fab I know to be able to write that much; especially when I work full time and have a child. But still I really want to ‘win’ this…

Short Story: Chloe

Here is my fifth short story, it was really hard trying to write in a twist within the space of 1000 words. So here is a physiological thriller with a Shyamalan twist, as suggested by Candy Keen over at Geek mamas. Sorry it has taken a while. Hope you enjoy! i’m shocked i’m still managing…

Short Story: Cheese and Wine

So here is my fourth short story! This one is from a prompt given to me by Ash over at For the Love of Books,check her out if you like book related content she does a fab guest post series and some really reliable and interesting reviews! I feel like this one was a little more…

Short Story: The Jewel Of Gyan.

On to my third short story, the genre was given to me by Christy who gave me detective/mystery as a genre prompt. Please check her blog out at Cookies and curse words (her recipes look fab). I wrongly though this was a comfort zone for me, maybe mystery is but detective certainly isn’t! I actually learnt…

Short Story: Erie

So this is my second short story! with my inspirations coming from Momma Bird who gave me the place of Sandusky, Ohio. I have never been, or in fact even been to america so I hope I haven’t butchered it too much! Please check out her blog over at Momma Bird Blog.  The smell of whale…