7 New Year’s Resolutions for Writers
I know we’re reaching the end of January, and I’ve been MIA for the longest time ever – I apologize for that. I may have procrastinated a lot or been uninspired, but here I am, back online, and I hope it’s not too late to wish every single one of you a Happy New Year 2023!
Have you made your new year’s resolution yet? I’m not usually a fan of resolutions because I usually fall out even before Valentine’s Day. But I thought this year I’ll make an exception in the hope that by doing so, I’ll have a set of goals to help me improve further as a writer. So, I’ve gathered a list of goals I hope to carry out throughout the year (fingers crossed) and goals I’m still following through the years. Who knows, perhaps it might help bring out the budding writer in you or finally publish that book you tucked away somewhere.
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8th August 2021
I’d like to thank Angelika from Angelika’s Happy Diary of Stories for taking the time to organize an author interview and hitting me with questions. I enjoyed answering them. To check out the whole written Q&A interview, please click here.
Children’s Book ‘Dury Durian, A Fruit So Unpleasantly Sweet’ is Available Now!
Hello beautiful READERS!
After all these months, I’m excited to announce the release of my first children’s book! It’s available now across all Amazon marketplaces in Paperback and Ebook version. Distribution for South East Asia and Asia are currently in the works and will be available soon!
Should I Write in British English or American English (Or in Other Flairs)?
Dear Beautiful Readers,
In today’s WIP (Work In Progress), I would like to share with you another part of my writing journey. It was a dilemma, which took so long to decide. In the end, I did make a decision based on a few criterias and let me take you along what it is. Do bear with me as it’s not a long-winded post. 🙂
It’s a rather intricate question for authors when it comes to writing. How do you choose which version of English you’re going to write in? British or American? Or maybe Canadian. You would probably say, “Well, it depends on your audience. If you’re targeting the American market, then go with the American English.” Right.