Caitlin

Blog 88: Working With Artists

So recently, I decided to commission an artist to draw some digital illustrations of some of my characters from my new book ‘Lost Frequencies’. I had never done this before as I thought it would be far too expensive, and I didn’t really know where to look for a suitable artist. Being a hobby artist, […]

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Blog 73: Where is the next Harry Potter?

Sick of Harry Potter yet? No, me neither, but since Harry Potter exploded into our lives in 1997, there hasn’t really been a major book series since that has captured the minds of teenagers and adults alike in the same way. Sure there has been The Hunger Games, Maze Runner,  Twilight, Percy Jackson and The […]

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Blog 42: Writing All The Unsaid Things.

The wonderful thing about writing is that you can write anything, including all those things that you really want to say but are too afraid to. Writers are commonly described as introverts, and I would tend to agree since I lean towards the introvert end of the spectrum myself. During my school years I was […]

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Blog 10: Biggest Mistakes New Writers Make! – Part 2.

If you’ve missed the first part of the ‘Biggest Mistakes New Writers Make’ then hop over to Blog 9: Biggest Mistakes New Writers Make! – Part 1. Blog 9 covers the mistakes ‘show don’t tell’ and ‘too much description’. If you’re already up to speed then read away… Mistake 3) Active tense vs passive tense. […]

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Blog 6: Write Anything and Everything.

You don’t have to write thousands of words every day in order to be a writer. In fact, this is likely to only happen when you are in your ‘creative zone’, and I mean the zone where you’re totally tuned out from the world and your imagination is solely focused on the piece of work […]

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