Would you like some Creative inspiration for your own poetry, stories or Novel?
Julie is happy to share creative ideas, prompts and knowledge in How to Write a book and get published; guiding the Writer in her role as Creative Writing Mentor. She has interests in both Indie (self-publishing) and Traditional Publishing.
She particularly finds several methods of Experimental Writing strategy extremely useful when stuck or procrastinating, sometimes the writer needs that little pointer toward a new direction, or to enhance the present direction.
If in doubt, ask!
Who is she? This Professional Creative Writer. . .
The Writer was once ‘A Girl From Hull’. She writes poetry, transcript, short-stories, articles and the odd essay. She might even be translating the odd book, here and there. When Julie isn’t blogging she is collecting stories and generally Creative Writing.
A fan of both Fantasy-Fiction and Non-Fiction: Literature and a number of Sciences that are all found within books, and maybe via the T.V. or Tech. A lover of Ted Talks and the Psychologies Magazine. She likes to keep busy and life-long learn! In 2018 she was made an Ambassador to the Psychologies Magazine, and became a member of the Life Leap Club, where she participates in group discussions, coaching strategies and feels in positive psychological company.
In being both the writer and editor of eBooks, realistic flaws sometimes filter through, which she quite likes, for it proves that she is still human and not a robot in the 21st Century. Flaws often add to the character of a story. Although, she is much better at proofing the portfolios and manuscripts of other writers.
Her motto, is:
You don’t have to believe everything you read, but you will only understand if you read for yourself.
She also likes to have fun seeking out the positives in all of Life’s Health, Social Welfare and family life perceptions – encouraging change. Change can keep the brain matter clicking!
Do you enjoy reading her books and/or Creative Writing? There should be something on here for all ages, and interests. She has refrained from becoming a pigeon in a hole. If you would like to contact Julie directly, she is available via Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn, or alternatively use the contact form below.
Feel free to strike up a conversation, any time.