Welcome to Something Delicious!
Something Delicious brings biweekly advice on writing to the table, served up fresh for you as dishes you can nibble or savour. My posts make for scrumptious leftovers: read them once and come back to them a few months later, and you'll discover something new, a flavour you hadn't noticed before, that you can't wait to incorporate into your writing.
When you do, you'll remember that:
- Writing is fun
- Writing is what you love to do
- Writing doesn't have to be stressful
- You can deal with it even when it is stressful
- Being creative is a gift we give ourselves
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What do I do?
I spark burnt-out writers back to life with nifty tools, encouragement, and creativity starters here on Something Delicious and in Letters from the Burrow, my virtual letters to kindred writing spirits.
I've also created a free course for you to take your character development skills to the next level.I got the latest newsletter from @victorialfry and it was full of awesome. If you are interested in writing, you should check her out!— RubyAli_GMW (@RubyAli_GMW) March 30, 2016
Finally, I support writers in one-on-one coaching sessions. Writing and coaching have become two of the greatest joys of my life!@victorialfry I am bouncing about it too😊😄 btw-your character development email thingy is my FAVORITE— Hannah (@hannahwrites18) March 30, 2016
Need a helping hand with your work-in-progress? To help you figure out a solid writing routine? To bust you out of a slump?
Random tidbits about me, Victoria ...
Favourite Halloween costume(s): Wealthy lady from the Renaissance (yes, I did say that mouthful whenever someone asked if I was a princess) - Mum sewed my costume from scratch and it was made of green-and-gold awesome! As an adult, my favourite costume so far has been Wonder Woman. I thrifted most of it and made the headpiece myself.
|Wonder Woman, Black Widow and Tony Stark (with a Hello Kitty Arc Reactor)|
Food I wish I could make for you: Cranberry orange scones, inspired by the short scones in Bread Alone (Judith Hendricks). Or curry! Or chocolate chip cookies. Or chicken stuffed with brie! Mmm ... (Um ... everything beginning with the letter 'C' was unintentional.)
Three go-to outfits: (1) Doctor Who/Harry Potter/concert T-shirt, denim shorts over tights, and Keds; (2) vintage/vintage-inspired dress, cardigan and Keds; (3) tank top, floaty skirt and bare feet. Options (1) and (2) would be accessorized with knitted/crocheted hats, scarves and fingerless gloves, weather permitting!
Four things I really want to make: (1) granny square blanket; (2) a dress; (3) a cardigan/sweater; (4) curtains