I love memes. I love sending memes to my husband and my parents. It is so bad that when I don't send my mother a meme all day she'll text me to ask if I'm okay. So I trawled the internet for the best memes about writing, you can thank me later. Do you send… Continue reading My Top 20 Favourite Memes About Writing
Hi there. I hope you are having a lovely day. I posted my first 100 word story, Big Shoes, earlier this month. You can find it in my sidebar under Lindsay Loves - Fiction. Now, this piece is about change and forced change. Sometimes we find ourselves in relationships where we are forced to change… Continue reading 100 Word Story – Change
Hi there! Today's post is a bit of a fun one, where I show you what I keep in my bag. First of all, a bit about my bag: I bought this bag at a Masai market here in Nairobi. My bag is handmade and smells of leather. It is a deep bag with an… Continue reading What’s In My Bag?
Thank God it's Friday, amirite? This feels like the longest week of my life, but I made it through and now I'm going to share another free printable with you. Today's printable is a cut and paste pattern recognition worksheet. All your kids have to do is cut the picture from the grid below and… Continue reading Free Printable Food Patterns Worksheet
Writing and publishing can be quite a lonely road. It’s just you and your ideas. There’s no boss cracking the whip or deadline looming. Are you motivated to start and finish your book? Do you push yourself to get the job done? As a writer you need to be self-motivated and tenacious. Are you going… Continue reading Self Motivation – The Key to Self Publishing Success
Roald Dahl was a British novelist, short story writer, poet, screenwriter, and fighter pilot. His books have sold more than 250 million copies worldwide. Born in Wales to Norwegian parents, Dahl served in the Royal Air Force during the Second World War, in which he became a flying ace and intelligence officer, rising to the… Continue reading 5 Lessons From Roald Dahl
Sarah Dessen was born in Evanston, Illinois, on June 6, 1970. As a teenager, Dessen was very shy and quiet. She became involved with a 21-year-old when she was 15 but cut all contact with him shortly after. She has admitted in an interview that "for many years afterward, I took total blame for everything… Continue reading 5 Lessons From Sarah Dessen
Hi there and welcome to my first Book of the Month post. Let's kick off with my bestselling book to date - Are You An Elephant. Are You An Elephant? E-Book: A determined little girl sets out to find an elephant in the zoo Are You an Elephant? Paperback: A determined little girl sets out… Continue reading Book of the Month – Are You An Elephant?
Hey there! There are some days that I feel like I can't bring myself to write a thing. Have you had one of those days? A WIP becomes a mountain I am unable to summit and I am left listless at the bottom. If you are having one such days I have compiled a list… Continue reading 25 Inspirational Writing Quotes That’ll Make You Want To Write
Hi there! How's your day so far? Mine is going well (for the most part) and hopefully the good times will continue to roll after posting this free counting sequence socks printable. Counting Sequence Socks Worksheet Click the blue link above to download and print the PDF. All your kids need to do is fill… Continue reading Free Printable – Counting Sequence Socks