Writing isn't something I always knew I wanted to do. When I was younger I was into dancing and more active hobbies than sitting at my computer, although I was partial to a Sims session in the summer holidays. I loved english and science, and I only really realised my passion for writing when I went to college. My friend, who I have to thank for the three books I am now writing, asked me if I wanted to write a story. What started as a facebook conversation ignited a spark that I knew was my passion, as well as my love for forensic science. (I know I am such a geek).
In the beginning I found people like Zoella and Sprinkle of Glitter, which lead me to crave all things beauty. For a while that worked for me. I got myself into a routine where I would write on the weekend and work during the week creating 5 average posts a week. When my September holiday came around I managed to find the time to schedule up to 5 weeks in advance so there was never going to be a problem creating content.
Then I found that my blog wasn't as popular as the others. I realised that my writing wasn't as good as it is supposed to be so I signed up for the Writers Bureau comprehensive writing course. It well so well. I was flying through the tasks, although the feedback I got wasn't exactly the best. I realised that I needed to proof read because my tutor was picking up on little mistakes, she also didn't understand my style of writing. Another realisation was that article writing just wasn't for me, back then anyway. It wasn't something that gave me the excitement and passion that novel writing does.
For while blogging wasn't something that I knew how to do. I was just writing anything and then a couple of month ago I decided on three topics; Books, Writing and Lifestyle. I know lifestyle covers a lot so it still gave me the freedom of not having a niche but I'm still able to categorise my posts. Blogging has also showed me, as well as following a few programmes like #GoIndependent, I've found all I really want to do is inspire people.
I want people to think wow I'm glad I read that or you know I can do that too. I love writing so whether I inspire people or jot I'm going to continue to blog and write my novels and create workbooks for my readers.
Hopefully you'll join me in the process!