I think I’ve talked about podcasts before, but not in great detail, which leads me here this afternoon. I thought I’d share my five favourite podcasts with you campers. 1. Happy Writing with Vivien Reis I’m subscribed to Vivien Reis’ channel on YouTube (linked above), so when I discovered she also has a podcast I… Continue reading Podcasts: Been Listening
I mentioned that I had a break-from-writing playlist, and here it is! It's just great upbeat dance songs that make me want to get grooving. I like that word. Grooving. Let's get to it! 1. We Don't Believe What's on TV (Twenty One Pilots) This is the perfect balance of everything you want in a… Continue reading Stop Writing! Playlist
I know it's another playlist, which doesn't quite count as a proper blog post, but I'm going to Sydney tomorrow so what can I say? Maybe I'll write a brilliant blog post once I'm there. These songs are for my Sydney trip, and they're different to my Road Trippin' playlist. These are genuinely good songs… Continue reading Sydney Playlist
I love this playlist. It's ten songs (of about forty) that I listen to when I'm writing. The songs are chill enough so I can concentrate on writing but they also give the feel of the book; some of the themes, some of the characters, just general inspiration for the vibe of my novel. Good times,… Continue reading Write That Book! Playlist
It's autumn and I forgot and now I'm sending you an autumn blog post because how can I not when I love autumn? I always think I have a favourite season but each time a new one comes along I change my mind. But I honestly think my favourite season is autumn. It used to… Continue reading Autumn.
I have a road trippin' playlist already, but this playlist is specific to my Brisbane trip. It's simply songs that I'm really enjoying right now; they don't actually have anything to do with Brisbane... Anyway, I enjoy this playlist and I guess that's all that reeeeally matters. 1. Call if You Need (Vance Joy) Vance… Continue reading Brisbane Playlist
This morning I opened my window when I first woke up, hoping to grab a bit of cool air before it turned to unbearable heat. I walked out, ate breakfast, then walked back in. When I walked back in, it smelt like spring. It was so unexpected, but there was something undeniably fresh about it… Continue reading Like Spring