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Blythe Beresford

Writer, nature enthusiast, and lover of the unusual.

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Writing

Writing Techniques: Snowflake

Ever wanted to write a novel? Snowflake Method can help you along your way.

Writing Advice: What to Read

Ever wanted to be a writer. But don't know where to even begin? Trawling through Google's pages and pages of search options but just keep getting the same article content time and time again? I'm gonna let you know which books are good to start with if you don't know where to look!

Writers Who Inspire Me

So, we've seen before where I get ideas from, but I've yet to cover WHO inspires me. Here's a low-down of my top three favourite writers, why they inspire me, and what's so great about them compared to all the other writers out there who I've read?

BuJo: Organise Yo’self!

Want to know how I stay so organised? BuJo has the answers! Let me know if you have any interesting layouts for your Bullet Journal in the comments or post the photos to my page.

Scrivener! And other writing platforms.

Today I'm talking about Scrivener and my extensive (ha-ha) knowledge of the software itself. If you're interested to know more about the MS-Word-But-For-Writers, head on through to the main post.

I'm also running a small competition to give away my 50% discount code for Scrivener.

RP: A History of Collaborative Writing

RP. You're thinking... what? Received pronunciation? Rating pending? No, none of those things. I'm talking about roleplay. Potentially quite a few strange and different thoughts are going through your head right now. Are you sat there thinking, "what the heck?... Continue Reading →

Author Interview #3: John Beresford

The world of writing and authors in that world remained closed to me for a long time before I enrolled at Huddersfield Uni. But before that, perhaps one of the only authors I did know was John Beresford. He's been established for more than 10 years now as a self-published author and has a small following in the UK and across the channel. Follow the cut to read how my interview with him went.

Narratives Are Everywhere: Video Game Edition

Following up from my post last week, I wanted to expand on what I said about everything being a narrative, and them being quite literally everywhere.

Specifically, I wanted to comment on games as narratives. Now if you're a gamer, surely you play for the entertainment value. But how important is the story?

Future Timelines

Fiction is forever predicting what will come next. But how accurate is it, and how much have we caught up to the imaginations of writers such as Isaac Asimov and Alan Moore?

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