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Good Morning! It appears to be Monday again, so you know what that means, right? Time for me to share some more resources and sources of inspiration from around the web (and the world).


I shared this one earlier on  the Wolf and Word Facebook page because it is time sensitive so get in quick if you would like to download the screenplays for several of this year’s Oscar-nominated films for free. What a great way to study a quality screenplay. {via Script Magazine.}

I think I’ve mentioned before that I am no fashionista but I did find Sarah Salway’s post Writing in your Swimsuit an interesting read.

Are you a procrastinator like me? You might find Finding your Writing Process – A procrastinator’s journey by Danny Manus has some handy ideas. { via Script Magazine.}

Have you tried any of these Seven Useful Online Writing and Editing Tools ? {via Efren Nolasco }

You may have already heard of Danielle LaPorte, her Desire Map is a great guide to getting clear on what you want, and you may have seen her ‘truthbombs’ floating around on social media but she also shares poetry over on her site. I quite liked this one: Nothing Changes Without Me.

I love this video of Ira Glass explaining ‘the gap‘ via Omeleto.

One of my favourite blogs is actually My Scandinavian Home and carrying over from last week’s admission of a slight obsession with Norway this Serene Norwegian Space has me imagining my future dream home.

And while it is Summer here in Australia these 19 Breathtaking photos of Winter Wonderlands from around the world could have you dreaming of a quick trip overseas (or a nice cold setting for a new story.) {via Modern Met}



Ticking another book off my 2015 list this week I read Slaughterhouse 5 by Kurt Vonnegut.  I am happy to say I enjoyed it, as there have been a couple of ‘must-read’ books that I have not really enjoyed recently. I gave it four stars on Goodreads. Feel free to follow me there (and give me your recommendations!).

I also got around to watching The Grand Budapest Hotel which is another fine offering from Wes Anderson, although I must say The Royal Tennenbaums is still my favourite of his movies. It is beautifully filmed and much deserving of its Oscar nominations.


Have you read or seen anything inspiring lately? 

Know of any must-read writer’s resources? 

Let me know in the comments below. 

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