The Fool's Journey for Writers

The Fool’s Journey (Part 1)

What is the Fool’s Journey? The ‘Fool’s Journey’ is the term coined by Eden Gray to describe the story of the Major Arcana of the Tarot. Unfortunately, Gray’s own account of the journey is merely a rushed appendix to A Complete Guide to the Tarot, and in the absence of an “authoritative” version (if it isn’t a fool’s journey

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Welcome to Alemmia!

Welcome to Alemmia, a Mediterranean island full of roses, and fulfilled desires!   Alemmia is the story of the first summer that Lucy and her family spend on an idyllic  island. It’s a somewhat old-fashioned tale of childhood adventure, and an easy breezy, low-contrast, low-drama beach read to soothe you into more magical manifestations! I

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The Story So Far... - One Page Story

The Story So Far…

Mr. Walker’s job was to rewrite people’s backstories. He had started out forging documents, then moved on to inventing anecdotes for politicians, scripting dates and interviews, that sort of thing. Now every character was clamouring for his services. ‘The whole thing’s a fiction, anyway,’ he said. We were in his office. It was a dark

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Writing Character Flaws Worksheet

Character Flaws & Blank White Cards

Character flaws are an interesting topic; far more involved than I had at first realised! The other day, I was sitting in the Lady Writers League study, drafting a Heroine Frame for myself — a Heroine Frame, in case you don’t know, is our one-page framework for character development — when Sir George appeared at

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The Literary Adventures of Lady Writer & Sir George

The Future of Writing Worksheets?

When I started creating my weekly writing worksheets several years ago, there weren’t a lot of practical resources for writers available online. Nowadays, scrolling through our Coterie’s writing board on Pinterest, I’m OVERWHELMED by the amount of information available. There are so many amazing, insightful, in-depth articles on the art and craft of writing, that…

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A Lady of Independent Means - One Page Story

A Lady of Independent Means

Ever since she realised the power of her imagination, she had been doing this: thinking something up, and travelling forward in time to find it. Today it was a new novel by her favourite author. She hadn’t asked him to write it — in fact, she hadn’t mentioned her desire to anyone. She had simply

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How to Grow & Aim Higher As a Writer

How to Grow As a Writer

Writing often feels like taking two steps forward and one step back (or worse, one forward and two back). As if that weren’t hard enough, naysayers keep claiming that writing is an in-born talent, rather than a transferable skill. Codswallop. I firmly believe that as long as you’re willing to put in the work and play the

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Welcome to Alemmia!

Welcome to Alemmia, a Mediterranean island full of roses, and fulfilled desires!   Alemmia is the story of the first summer that Lucy and her family spend on an idyllic  island. It’s a somewhat old-fashioned tale of childhood adventure, and an easy breezy, low-contrast, low-drama beach read to soothe you into more magical manifestations! I

Read More »
The Story So Far... - One Page Story

The Story So Far…

Mr. Walker’s job was to rewrite people’s backstories. He had started out forging documents, then moved on to inventing anecdotes for politicians, scripting dates and interviews, that sort of thing. Now every character was clamouring for his services. ‘The whole thing’s a fiction, anyway,’ he said. We were in his office. It was a dark

Read More »
Writing Character Flaws Worksheet

Character Flaws & Blank White Cards

Character flaws are an interesting topic; far more involved than I had at first realised! The other day, I was sitting in the Lady Writers League study, drafting a Heroine Frame for myself — a Heroine Frame, in case you don’t know, is our one-page framework for character development — when Sir George appeared at

Read More »
The Literary Adventures of Lady Writer & Sir George

The Future of Writing Worksheets?

When I started creating my weekly writing worksheets several years ago, there weren’t a lot of practical resources for writers available online. Nowadays, scrolling through our Coterie’s writing board on Pinterest, I’m OVERWHELMED by the amount of information available. There are so many amazing, insightful, in-depth articles on the art and craft of writing, that…

Read More »
A Lady of Independent Means - One Page Story

A Lady of Independent Means

Ever since she realised the power of her imagination, she had been doing this: thinking something up, and travelling forward in time to find it. Today it was a new novel by her favourite author. She hadn’t asked him to write it — in fact, she hadn’t mentioned her desire to anyone. She had simply

Read More »
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