Lessons From Joanne Rowling

5 December, 2020 § Leave a comment

Like many writers and aspiring authors, the story of J.K. Rowling is a real rags-to-riches tale with so many lessons to learn. From her penniless start, her determination by writing in a local café, her complex plots and characters, her perseverance in the face of rejection and her capacity to turn her series into other products and merchandise making her the richest author to date.

Our chances of emulating her success is questionable but our ability to improve our mindset and craft is definitely possible.

Today I discovered a website dedicated to just that: learning from the lessons of Rowling. Grab a bevvie, find a comfy chair, hold your fave pen over your ever-present notebook and begin …

https://writelikerowling.wordpress.com/

Lessons from J K Rowling

Researching Family History and More

1 December, 2020 § Leave a comment

One of the first experiences with writing is generated by a desire to put together a family history or a memoir. I just came across this resource and thought I’d pop it in here so I don’t lose it – and can access it when I get around to doing my own family history!

Hopefully, these materials will stay around for a while, but if not, I’m sure a local library will be able to help.

https://www.nla.gov.au/content/past-webinar-recordings

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