What would happen if two of your most feisty characters met at a bar? What if they were an Assassin and a Drug Dealer?
T3ddy Talks - Episode Three: In this episode, I talk about the attacks on the Trans community - with you know who taking to Twitter to voice her opinions about us and using abuse as an excuse to be Transphobic; the Trump Administration stripping Trans People of Medical Rights; and the UK government scrapping the reformation of the Gender Recognition Act.
T3ddy Talks - Episode Two: An important message for those slating Black Lives Matter, and for the POC listening. We love you and support you. This episode features an interview with award-winning author Kestral Gaian.
OK, so...it turned out that the guild mates really loved the last fic I wrote for them, and kinda wanted more...
Today's challenge came from my World of Warcraft Classic guild leader, who, after discovering that I'm a writer, set me the challenge of writing about our guild through the lens of our character's fighting through Blackwing Lair!
Today's Story Start came from a conversation that I had with my partner about the future of the internet and what life will become if social media has it's way with us...
Today’s prompt goes a little something like this: A - Why did you put fireworks next to the bomb? B - I wanted it to be pretty A - It was supposed to be subtle
It's the second time this year, but it's more difficult than initially anticipated. My WIP's are suspended. #T3ddyTalk #WritersBlock #MentalHealth
I've been using the downtime so far to mainly concentrate on my 'fun' writing, but the time is right to start a new project.
Today's prompt came from my other half mixing up 'Jail House Rock' and 'Behind Blue Eyes'. I thought it was wonderfully funny, so I used it as my inspiration.
“Even when the world around you is crazy, you will always be able to find a sanctuary within your writing.” It was a quote - or rather paraphrase of one - that caused me to wonder: When, in my life, will I ever find that?
Nothing is getting put on hold or shelved... Just postponed. #T3ddyTalk #MentalHealth
A Q&A with author, Sophie J Clark about her new book, Blindsided and how she finds her inspiration.
With seven days to go to the publication of Blindsided, I thought I'd share with you how I keep track of the ideas that are too good to put down.
A short inspiration that would not let my mind rest until it was written. I would love to see where you all take it.
I was disappointed to find out that I hadn't progressed in my writing by scrolling on Facebook... #T3ddyTalk #PostOfTheDay #WritersStruggle #LGBTQ
"So, I was stuck. The last chapter of my book needed to get written, and I hadn’t worked on it for over a month... WHAT WAS MY PROBLEM?" #T3ddyTalk #SophieJClark #Blindsided
"I'm a procrastinator. I've known this ever since my mother had to sit me down... to explain that I could finish all the homework I'd put off if I made a plan — and stuck to it... That was the day I learned the importance of writing it down..."
Teddy put up a writing prompt in our group chat today. It said: "Prompt 11: These are my rules for writing and life. 1. 2. 3. 4." It got me thinking. I really don’t have many ‘rules’ that I live by. Not for my writing, nor for my everyday life, but I have developed a few guidelines over the past few years.
It’s quite an embarrassing one, given who I am and what I do; but they say the way to solve any problem is first to admit that you have one, so here goes...