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Books I Read: November 2015

  Posted by Mia K Rose , 01 December 2015 · 78 views

In total, I managed to read eight (8) books in the month of November this year. I’m only including the ones I finished reading during that month, and not ones I may have started. Two paperbacks, one hardback, and the remaining were on Kindle. All of them this month were YA. I should note I […]

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Brisbane Supanova 2015

  Posted by Mia K Rose , 30 November 2015 · 36 views

Over last Friday, Saturday and Sunday I attended Brisbane Supanova 2015. I primarily always go to Supanova for the authors more than anything else. They had four fantastic panels, all of which I enjoyed. Granted I didn’t take many notes because I was paying attention to what they were saying. Though I did manage to tweet […]

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What is Low Fantasy?

  Posted by Mia K Rose , 06 November 2015 · 77 views

Last weekend during GenreCon when someone asked me what I wrote, I answered fantasy. Then I’d tell them my current work in progress is low fantasy. That is where I ended up with blank looks. Majority will know high, epic, portal, urban fantasy subgenres, but very little knew what low fantasy was. I was a […]

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Books I Read: October 2015

  Posted by Mia K Rose , 03 November 2015 · 46 views

In total, I managed to read twelve (12) books in the month of October this year. I’m only including the ones I finished reading during that month, and not ones I may have started. One paperback, three hardbacks, and the remaining were on Kindle. All of them this month were YA. Most Anticipated: Lost Stars by Claudia Gray […]

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Writer Under Construction: GenreCon 2015

  Posted by Mia K Rose , 02 November 2015 · 34 views

Over the weekend (30th October – 1st November) I attended GenreCon. I attended it also back in 2013, when it was last on. GenreCon is fantastic as it aims to bring together genre writers of all stripes in the one place to network, learn from each other and just have fun. It also gives writers […]

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Writer Under Construction: Workshop with Kylie Chan

  Posted by Mia K Rose , 29 October 2015 · 41 views

Earlier this week I attended a workshop by Kylie Chan. It was titled ‘Taking your manuscript to the next level’. I’ll be honest, I’ve never read any of Kylie’s books before. Though now I’m intrigued and probably will pick it up though 9 books is a daunting thing to be looking at when your TBR pile […]

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Writer Under Construction: Character Workshop

  Posted by Mia K Rose , 16 October 2015 · 48 views

On Sunday (11th October) I attended a character building workshop hosted by Writers Activation, and organised and delivered by the Gold Coast Novel Writers. This workshop came at a good time because I’m partway into the first draft of my latest idea, and I’m starting to think more about my characters and wondering if they’re […]

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Books I Read: September 2015

  Posted by Mia K Rose , 02 October 2015 · 44 views

In total, I managed to read eleven (11) books in the month of September this year. I’m only including the ones I finished reading during that month, and not ones I may have started. One paperback, two hardbacks, and the remaining were on Kindle. Seven YA, 2 MG and 2 Adult (though I’m sure some […]

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Writer Under Construction: BWF Masterclasses

  Posted by Mia K Rose , 03 September 2015 · 47 views

Yesterday I attended two masterclasses at the Brisbane Writer’s Festival. One was a DIY Editing Masterclass with Gavin Grant, and the other Supernatural, Gothic & Horror Storytelling with Mike Jones. DIY Editing Masterclass In this session, we covered writing the first line, as well as the ordering of action, and asking the question of ‘what […]

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Books I Read: August 2015

  Posted by Mia K Rose , 31 August 2015 · 50 views

In total, I managed to read eleven (11) books in the month of August this year. I’m only including the ones I finished reading during that month, and not ones I may have started. One paperback, one hardback, and the remaining were on Kindle. Most Anticipated: Burn by Paula Weston Most Surprising: Pretending to be Erica by Michelle […]

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