NaNoWriMo is just around the corner. Will you be participating this year? Here’s how you can start getting ready in #preptober.
How to use your reading to improve your writing craft and a reading list of my favourite novels and how they helped me. Writers, make your reading work for you. Learn from the novels you love.
How letter writing can help you stay connected to your loved ones, your writing voice, and your readers.
Why taking action, even when you don’t know what you’re doing, is the only way to get where you want to go.
If you haven’t experienced Porto’s São João party, there’s more to it than music, sangria, and sardines! Here’s what I took away from my first São João party…
Do you struggle with bio writing? Find it tough to compose about pages and other biographical snippets? You might be asking yourself the wrong question. Try this…
A selection of my must-read books for writers looking to hone their craft.
Keep track of your wins, because your brain is tricking you into believing you have more bad than good in your life. Read more…
Do you ever feel bad about putting off work projects in favour of pursuing your hobbies or taking a break? Well, don’t. It turns out that procrastinating can result in better work if you give yourself time to let things percolate.
You don’t have to be a serious photographer to reap the creative rewards of taking on a photography project. Give your writing a creative boost with a photography project of your own.
The ups and downs of life in a foreign land.
Seven tips to help set you up for success and get you beyond beginner level in your foreign language study.
Life-long learning is a mindset and it’s in demand. All you’ve got to do is take your learning into your own hands. Here are some guidelines and questions to consider as you create a personalised plan for your learning.