Writing Journal Worksheet – The Moon (PDF) A little knowledge of our moon can have a surprising number of literary applications! If you’re writing a story set on Earth (or the moon), then the moon can be a useful indicator of the passage of time. It can also help with creating mood, showing things in… Read More
As promised, here is the 2nd and final part of my exploration of The Fool’s Journey and how the archetypal and mythical elements, and the universal imagery of the Major Arcana of the Tarot can be helpful for writers in developing character, world and story. Please read Part 1 first. If you feel the need to take notes, might I… Read More
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… Read More
PIN TO READ LATER Have you ever stood at the edge of an unlit sea at night, and looked out into its blackness? Whether you were in a busy restaurant or walking alone on the sands or even floating on top of the water, I’m sure you contemplated that space where the sea-sky was and… Read More
‘More Than a Muse’ is a 36-page ebook that will acquaint or re-acquaint you with the Muses, the 9 daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne who provide mortal writers with literary afflatus. The ebook covers: A brief history of the muses; Their updated 21st-century domains; Descriptions and influences of each muse; Rules for communing with the muses; How to… Read More
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