Try keywords like; Dialogue, Fight Scenes, Villains, Heroes.
So you too can be an amazing detective slash genius.
We all have that one magic gadget that we always wanted.
Which of these would you most like to wield?
As a writer. I google some pretty sketchy things in the name of realism. Here’s a few of my favourites.
If you want to be a published author, you should be doing at least some of these things!
Some of my favourite examples of animals that serve with distinction in our wars.
Some tips for those who like some structure when writing.
A few of my favourite legends from history. Fiction or not.
Editing is often harder, and less fun, than writing. Here are some tips to hopefully make it a little easier.
POW! WHACK! BANG!
Entertain and educate your reader while continuing your story.
5 of the most bad-ass real people from history.
I need a hero!
In our busy lives it can be difficult to find the time to write as much as we want. Use these 3 tips to become a more efficient writer and squeeze as much as you can out of our short days.
4 Tips For Writing A Good Villain
4 Super Interesting Examples of Ancient Weaponry.
A review of Bernard Cornwell’s Sharpe Series.
As long as there has been war there have been special groups of men and women turn the tides of those wars.
Why were the archers of the middle ages so feared?
There are spoilers. But if you haven’t read the books or watched the movies by now then it’s your own damn fault.
I love far too many books for them all to fit into one blog post. But I’ve condensed that mammoth list into four of my absolute favourites.
When the creative juices just won’t flow, sometimes a good prompt is all you need.
You must read, and read a lot. But you get to choose what you read.