How To Improve Your Writing – Video 1. To quote Brendon Burchard, ‘Common sense is not always common practice’. In this how to improve your writing training series, I will look at some of the ways to improve your writing. This is video one of 6.
I am off from my day job for 7 days to rest; recharge; to work on my Asexual Perspectives book and go to a small asexual meet-up that I organised; catch up on admin; and create a weekly schedule for my 7 business niches now I have decided to pursue my passion of creating an Ebook store full of my own books to help you in your own personal and professional development and go for gold where Kindle is concerned.
Something quirky is going on in Exeter! Around Exeter are different statues of rhinos advertising Paignton Zoo. A much more modern and novel way of marketing a business. It could also prove useful for writing inspiration.
Being a quirkily vibrant girl, I particularly love the vibrant colours of this one!
Stay quirky and write soon
It’s been a while since I really let rip my writing talent in my diary. This night it felt so good to get back into writing and just let it flow throughout my soul. This was a poem that just poured out of me and I wanted to share it with you.
To those of you who enjoy my Quirky Weekly Wednesday Writing Prompts and wondered has happened to them, they will be back.
As I have a ton of photos from my Disneyland Paris/London holiday to share with you, as well as video footage, I will be predominantly posting posts about those for at least the next couple of weeks.
I am pleased to say that Snuggles has improved in health and seems to be healing. I am praying it stays that way. Thanks to every one of you who has sent their well wishes. After Cinnamon was suddenly severely sick and passed away before my holiday, it’s been an intense and emotionally difficult time for me. Snuggles is my furry kid and furry soulmate. It’s her 3rd birthday tomorrow, and she has plenty of potential years ahead of her. I have her birthday party stuff ready for tomorrow evening when I see her.
To give you a taste of Disneyland Paris. Here are some quirky Disneyland Paris writing prompts to wet your appetite.
Terror Tower – Enter at your peril!
The coffin moved! Welcome to Nutterville, where only the quirky nutters live.
It was a back to the future moment.
The castle was on fire!
It was a fairytale come true. I knew from this moment on, my life would change for the better, forever.
As a Writer, I love coming up with my own ideas for stories. I am blessed to have a mind that is constantly thinking of new ideas. I realise how useful it can be, to read, see, hear, or do anything, that sparks the creative switch to ignite the brain into story mode.
From now on, I will be attempting to write a weekly Wednesday Writing Prompts post, to spark ideas for stories. There will be no genre restriction. I will try to keep them to around 4 per week and away you go.
What do you think of this? Good idea?
To start the ball rolling. Here are this week’s prompts:
1) She licked the chocolate ice-cream off his nipple. That was tasty ice-cream, she thought to herself.
2) He switched the tap on and blood gushed out of it. What was he going to do now?
3) I had never seen an elephant sat on a roof before. It looked quite comical.
4) He splattered her with ink. She wasn’t impressed.