The extraordinary situation where a scene I wrote two years ago has happened in real life | Shannon Meyerkort
Tag Archives: COVID-19
Journalling the Pandemic
I’ve been keeping a journal since the start of the pandemic and I don’t know when I will be able to finish it | Shannon Meyerkort
Finding Beta Readers (Making yourself vulnerable)
A Beta Reader’s job is to provide constructive feedback as an informed casual reader – they’re looking at big picture issues such as story, characters, timing and basic structure: does the story work?
Should we be writing about the pandemic?
“So my decision to write a book about the pandemic might be seen as a very unpopular one. Especially since it’s been only six months since the first mention of a novel corona virus and we haven’t yet reached the peak.”
The First Lines of Australian Novels Rewritten for COVID-19
I admit this isn’t an original idea, but it’s a very good idea. First someone decided to rewrite the first lines of ten classic novels for social distancing. I’m taking the liberty of rewriting the opening lines from 25 of my favourite Australian novels for the Time of COVID-19. Apologies to all concerned. InvisibleContinue reading “The First Lines of Australian Novels Rewritten for COVID-19”