Weekly Writing News – Articles and Free Flash Fiction

Here are the links to my articles that were published last week (quite an eclectic bunch again). To read more of my articles, simply go to the non-fiction page on the menu above. Educate a Woman and Uplift a Community How to Start Using Solar Power Mali Attacks Leave 23 Dead Free Flash Fiction If…… Continue reading Weekly Writing News – Articles and Free Flash Fiction

New Articles and Camp NaNoWriMo Done and Dusted

Photo by Elizabeth Lindhag. Public Domain.

I had four articles published these past two weeks, one about velfies, one about data safety, one about Thuli Madonsela’s media address about Nkandla (South African politics), and the seventieth anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Here are the links: Forget Selfies — Velfies Are the New Social Media Craze 5 Top Tips…… Continue reading New Articles and Camp NaNoWriMo Done and Dusted

Epic and Amazing Writing Music

Photo by Luis Llerena

Thanks to sites like YouTube it’s getting increasingly easy to find new music to listen to. I find it especially great to find music from which to compile writing soundtracks or music to suit a specific scene or character. Here are five artists (most of which are indie artists) whom I love listening to while…… Continue reading Epic and Amazing Writing Music

Worldbuilding Wednesday: Resources for Mythology and Folklore

(From the archives) Although there are many sources for mythology and folklore online, I often prefer to make use of non-electronic books when I just want to browse or quickly need to look up a name. These are a few of my favourite collections. The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Mythology by Arthur Cotterell, Rachel Storm This handy encyclopaedia contains…… Continue reading Worldbuilding Wednesday: Resources for Mythology and Folklore