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How to Make Your Own Novel Playlist

A novel playlist is the perfect writing resource to help inspire you while you’re writing. A quick search on Tumblr, YouTube or Spotify and you’ll find hundreds of playlists on offer in a wide variety. There’s classical music, movie soundtracks, quiet and peaceful playlists, epic fantasy soundtracks and so much Read more…

By Madeleine, ago
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7 Types of Writers

When it comes to writing, everyone has their own style and method. The combinations are limitless and it’s impossible to list them all. So instead, we’ve come up with 7 types of writers! There’s also a helpful infographic using your fave Harry Potter characters to represent each style of writing. So, Read more…

By Madeleine, ago
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Spook Yourself: A collection of scary movies, TV shows, and video games to keep you up at night this Halloween

Watching scary movies, reading something creepy, or playing spooky video games gets you in the perfect mood to write something spine-tingling and chilling this Halloween. So, I’ve assembled a (small) collection of movies, TV shows, and video games to frighten and entertain you, but most importantly, inspire you! Hopefully, there’s Read more…

By Madeleine, ago
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10 lessons I learned from The Alchemist

Upon finishing The Alchemist a few weeks ago I was left with a sense of fortitude. At its heart, The Alchemist is a book about working relentlessly to achieve your dreams despite whatever barriers might come your way. And Paulo Coelho certainly has a way with putting feelings into words Read more…

By Madeleine, ago
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Taste Words PDF – Sensory Descriptions

When it comes to using taste words in descriptions, most people automatically think of food. This makes complete sense considering our taste is most directly related to consuming food and the flavours they possess. But taste can be a lot more versatile description tool than just describing food (however noble Read more…

By Madeleine, ago
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Touch Words PDF – Sensory Descriptions

Touch words are such an important descriptive tool. Throughout our lives, we are constantly in touch with something. Whether it be a chair, clothes, another person, food, a door handle, or shoes – we are always in contact. We’re surrounded by textures, some common, some strange. They’re everywhere, so it Read more…

By Madeleine, ago

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