Do you ever find yourself drawn to write with no clear idea as to where anything is going?
Is it wrong of me to think,
that you so alone, would grip so tight?
How is it that though your mask falls,
and you are so cold, that you would still take flight?
I’m really excited to be able to tell you that I have started work on my debut novel!
I got 36/40 for this question: 23/24 for content and 13/16 for grammar. I have changed a couple of grammatical errors that I spotted but other then that and a word I had to guess at because it was covered by the examiners marking, it is completely unchanged.
Today I wanted to talk about where to start with the whole writing thing and why people get so lost with it. It took me about a year of wanting to write a book to actually understand why when I started writing I didn’t find I was getting anywhere. I would start writing the first couple of pages and then come to a standstill.
This is a piece of descriptive writing for question 5 on the new AQA English Language GCSE Exams. I’m so … More
There is something strangely soul-for-filling about lighting candles.
Some of you might be aware of a website called https://www.youngwriters.co.uk/. This site hosts creative writing competitions for young people from the ages of 4-18.
Hey Guys, It’s Katherine. Welcome to my blog. This is where I will be telling you as much as I … More