We talk to author Bridget Blankley for her advice on how to improve writing skills in order to put pen to paper. Bridget has recently completed her first novel The Ghosts and Jamal (available this spring) and has been writing in her journal from a young age.
There’s nothing better for switching off from the world than getting stuck into a great book. Fact or fiction, they can take us to different worlds without having to step outside our doors - a truly magical experience. With this thought in mind, we ponder why keeping a journal can be such a powerful creative tool for writers.
As National Stationery Week draws to a close, we thought #FountainPenFriday was a great opportunity to delve into the curious world of graphology; the study of our handwriting and what it might say about us. Time to get our research hats on!
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, why not ditch the chocolates and flowers and use the written word to express how you feel. Valentine’s might be the perfect excuse to shower your loved one with gifts, but why not take some time to write down how you feel to show the person you love how much you really care for them.