How can we keep working on our writing goals, while having the children home during the holidays?
Nope I haven’t left the country, fell down a well or been eaten by cats. I’m doing NaNoWriMo and am sooo behind I’ve taken to drinking more wine and walking round graveyards to prove to myself that things could be worse. The first week was fantastic, I was full of energy and enthusiasm and flewContinue reading “Five for Friday – Things I’ve learned so far!”
Welcome to Five for Friday! I’ve decided it’s time for a regular spot on my blog. So every Friday (or at least every other Friday) I will write a post. It can be anything from 5 tips to sell your novel or 5 reasons you should eat as much cake as you can. So toContinue reading “Five for Friday – Interview with Pleasant Street”
Well, actually I don’t mind it every now and then. But a good cup of tea is the way to go, for me. You have to make it right though, ‘as it comes’ is definitely not an option! I like mine milky, but not anaemic, dark enough to tell its tea but if you’ve hitContinue reading “I don’t like Coffee!!!”
Image courtesy of Pong at FreeDigitalPhotos.net Find yourself in a creative slump? Stuck for ideas? I’m reluctant to use the term ‘writers block’. But every writer gets stumped from time to time. The white of the paper gleams, taunting you. That inner voice sneers. ‘You’ll never think of a good idea again’. This time, skipContinue reading “Buried Treasure”
With pen and paper? Straight to screen? With a sparkler…or perhaps an Enigma machine for the extremely paranoid? Each writer has their own preferred method of working. Stephen King writes longhand onto yellow legal pads. J K Rowling writes longhand then transfers it to screen – editing as she goes. George R. R. Martin writesContinue reading “How do you do it?”