THE END, two words that carry a large emotional load for a writer. For some writers, typing THE END, whether literally or figuratively, brings an enormous sense of relief because they have finally finished working on a project that might well have been a struggle, while for others there is a tremendous sense of loss... Continue Reading →
A bad day with anxiety
Originally posted on Medium 12th Feb https://medium.com/@arcarver87/a-bad-day-with-anxiety-9b172028b752 Leaving the house is always a struggle for me, I have difficulty with social anxiety that makes it incredibly hard for me to deal with people, especially in groups, and noise, not to mention a few other things. Given a choice I will stay at home, out of the... Continue Reading →
How To Be A Writer: 13 Required Quirks #MondayBlogs #Writer @AkkalonAS
I'm not fussed too much about cats, except the wild jungle variety, but the rest does describe me quite well, I guess I must be a writer.
Filter Words and Crutch Words – plus, how to get rid of them
A great article on things that many of us do wrong with our writing, and some very good advice on how to easily fix the mistakes. I look forward to/dread finding out how often I've made these mistakes in my current book.
Something I've been meaning to do for a while now here on Arcbookblog is put up a regular sample to show where I am with my writing. I have a bad habit of procrastinating, however, with the result that I haven't done as intended - I'm changing that today, though. Without further ado, here is... Continue Reading →
My Writing Process
I was thinking about random things this morning, as you do, and for some reason I realised I that I have an actual process when it comes to my writing. It's not something I've thought about before, but I've decided to share it here, in case it might be of interest to any of you.... Continue Reading →