I’m going to hedge my bets that many writers have been in the place of feeling like an impostor in the writing world. Time to get real and honest.
Never one to state something’s literal when it’s not, reading has literally saved my life. Reading gives me a reason for being and a refuge. How about you?
Time for a line-up of a writer’s heroes and villains. Grab your sparkly tights, put your underpants on over them, and prepare to fly, or at least write. Pow!
My mum’s funeral has taken place. Never has a sentence seemed so misplaced. I’m sharing the eulogy I gave because she deserves for all to know who she was and still is.
Feegle cat here, taking over the blog again! Today I’m showing my fellow felines how we can take down our human writers to pave our way to cat world domination.
RIP Mum There is no actual post this week in terms of it being writerly, coherent (possibly) or long. Words are failing me right now. On Saturday my amazing mum died. The world has altered into one that has a prominent mum-shaped hole in it. It will never be the same and I don’t know […]
Why must writers write daily? Do we spontaneously combust if we don’t? If it suits you, go ahead. If not, remember you don’t have to submit to the writing dictators.
Writers can be a grumpy, angst-ridden bunch. Let’s put the fun and enjoyment back into writing. No refunds if this post offers neither. Let’s just say it was fun to read…