The Love List

I wanted to get together a list of beautiful things that I love and hope that you will find them just as beautiful. This list captures a lot of things that I use, things thare neat and things that are just plain useful to my life. It’s all about getting up and close with me and this is an insight into the things I love and why. I’m always updating this, so check back regularly to updates.

Scrivener

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When I sit down to write, I use Scrivener. It’s one of the most amazing writing programs that have been specifically designed with writer’s in mind. It is the easiest and cleanest ways to map out your novel or project (I’ve even used it to do an essay, it’s THAT good). The best part about is being able to divide your scenes within a chapter, but it doesn’t stop there. You can also add mind-maps using Scapple and put in descriptions about characters and locations. It’s seriously the best place to go with anything. It’s available on Mac and Windows. I’m a proud affiliate of the program  often have promo codes to save you on money. Click on the images above to take you to your designated download.

NaNoWrimo and Camp NaNoWriMo

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NaNoWriMo and Camp NaNoWriMo have been game changers for me. Standing for National Novel Writing Month is all about writing a 50,000 words novel in 30 days. I dawdled forever joining up but when I did,  I wasn’t sorry. I’ve used NaNoWriMo as a starting point for most of my drafts. It’s a reall good kick in the pants and I love to base a lot of my coaching around the tricks I learened while aiming to get 50,000  words. I’ve managed to do it every year for 11 years and my biggest achievement is hitting 50k in 3.5 days. But that’s me, the beauty of it doing NaNoWriMo is that you have the ability to get a writing practice on track. It helps build that confidence in yourself. They also have lots of great sponsors with some beautiful offers. It’s definitely something that has helped me get to my goals and helps me still kick them!

I’m doing this in list form because I realised just how extensive this is and I’m working on getting reviews up on the blog at the moment. But each of these decks are so beautiful and all can be used in conjuction with one another.

  • The Light seer’s Tarot
  • The Muse Tarot
  • Sacred Creator’s Oracle
  • The Lumina Tarot
  • Connected and Free Oracle
  • The Moonchild Tarot
  • Sacred Rebel Oracle
  • Work Your Light Oracle
  • Divine Circus Oracle
  • The Little Sage Oracle

These are just a list of books that I purely love because they’ve been a hoot to read. There are some that are Writing Resources and some that are just plain fun. I’m working on doing reviews for them as well, because going into details about them is too hard.

  • Big Magic by Liz Gilber
  • On Writing by Stephen King
  • Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott
  • Making Shapely Fiction by Jermone Stern
  • The Art of Fiction by David Lodge
  • Robert’s Rule of Writing by Robert Masello
  • Light is the New Black by Rebecca Campbell
  • Rise Sister Rise by Rebecca Campbell
  • You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay
  • Remarkability by Lorraine Murphy
  • Get Remarkably Organised by Loraine Murphy
  • The Desire Map by Danielle LaPorte
  • White Hot Truth by Danielle LaPorte
  • The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron
  • The Creative Tarot by Jessa Crispin
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