Hannah Hulme Hunter
Author, sometime midwife, timid mountaineer, fair weather gardener, off-road runner, unrealistic romantic. Refining my first novel - a Great War epic of suffragettes and soldiers - and writing the next.
Tag Archives: plot
iThoughts: intuitive, adaptable – and the pleasing graphics, colours and gentle sound effects give a nice little dopamine hit 😉 Continue reading
I’ve become a teeny-weeny bit wary of writing exercises because they can so easily become yet another excuse not to actually write. But there are exceptions! Continue reading
Writing your Bestseller by Bernard Cornwell, Historical Novel Society (1997!) I seem to get something new out of this article every time I come across it on Twitter. Today, I focused in on Cornwall’s advice on story-telling: Every good story … Continue reading
The beauty of this method is the lack of pressure to be perfect; perfection only creeps in by degrees much later. Continue reading
I’m editing for plot and pace, continuity and cohesion, balance and beauty. Continue reading