Every writer has been there: you’re working on a story, maybe you’ve come to a bit of a plateau and you’re stuck. But what’s that in the distance? A new idea? It’s so shiny! You have to work on that one right away before it flies away never to be seen again. You start working on the new idea, forgetting about the old one, and inevitably hit a plateau again. But wait, what’s that in the distance again? Another new idea? ...Well, you get the picture.
Okay, so I know this is a 'books and writing' blog, but I do actually have other hobbies, believe it or not, and watching films is one of them. So I thought why not combine two of my loves and come up with a list of films that will resonate with the writers among us.
So it's that time of year again. November seems to come around quicker every year, and since it's only a week away we need to start talking NaNo.
I'm taking a slight deviation from my normal writing-centric blog posts today because I want to tell you about something that changed my life: my bullet journal.
Bullet Journals are all the rage right now and I can see you rolling your eyes and thinking 'whatever, it's just a fancy diary, don't get so overdramatic about it.' But it's so much more than that, and it's definitely worth all the hype.