Hello one and all!
It’s great to have you back and running an eye over this blog again. This time I just thought I would write something about writing; writing in autumn to be precise.
I think writing is a great thing, and just think, if you write blogs then you are already a writer. As the days get colder, we are less and less inclined to stay out and find it far more lovely to grab a blanket from behind the sofa and sit snuggling in the window seat to watch the changing landscape outside. I found the below image from a great Web site called nookenvy – Take one look and I’m sure you’ll feel the envy the title brags about – I definitely did!
Autumn is the perfect time, before you really have to think and plan Christmas, to write a little more. I’m going to spend this morning writing blogs so that I can use the inspiration I have at the moment as well as the time to prepare for the busy winter ahead. It may even be a time for some people to think about that novel you’ve forgotten over a busy summer and eventually trying to get it published whether it’s a fictional publisher you need, a non-fiction publisher or a children’s book publisher.
Maybe, you need to get you plot-line firmly down, or you need to start sketching out that character which is so elusive you almost can’t fully imagine them.
Or, if you’re a totally bona fide blogger, perhaps it’s a time to sit in that window seat and think about the winter series you’re planning to write. A time to brain-storm innovative craft ideas or exciting discovered recipes or even the latest product out on the market which you blog about. Whatever it is, autumn is a great time in which you are trapped inside and there’s only so much housework or DIY jobs you have to do before you are left at a bit of a loose-end. So, get writing!
I’ve added some helpful sites on the bottom of here to get you guys started:
Writers’ and Artists’ Yearbook (Contains listed publishers, agents and essential advice)
Blogging Tips (Had a quick look at this site and it’s sort of a jumble sale you’ll need to root through!)
And, finally, if you have any questions, whether it be writing related or other, let me know by commenting.
Now, get to it!