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The answer to Juliet’s epic ques­tion “What’s in a name?” is sim­ple: A lot. Sure, yes, okay, The Bard was right about one thing – a rose will always smell like a rose even if you call it a pickle. But names of char­ac­ters in our favourite books, well, that’s a whole dif­fer­ent story (no pun intended) and writ­ers put a great deal of effort into choos­ing their char­ac­ters’ names.

from e.a. deverell

Write a Scene (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

This writing worksheet will help you brainstorm some ideas on how best to write a scene so that it fits in with your other scenes.

from e.a. deverell

Editing Checklist (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

A 2-page editing checklist you can use yourself or send out to beta readers | #amwriting

from Creative Review

Ad of the Week: TfL, Attention! Le Tour De France

Transport for London: "Attention! Le Tour De France" posters by Adrian Johnson.

Microcrafts: Tiny Treasures to Make and Share, compiled by Margaret McGuire, Alicia Kachmar, and Katie Hatz

from high heels and high notes

365 days in my shoes Day 309

Only an incredible book can take you on a journey like no other. And it can take you there again and again.

Shoe Hacks that will make your feet smile

Shoe Hacks that will make your feet smile

from e.a. deverell

Worldbuilding Worksheet: History

Another worldbuilding worksheet for ya! Because you & I have history. ;) | #amwriting