Books beat real life. Their punchy pages, cheeky chapters, and seductive sentences transport us.. Here are the many ways books kick real life’s butt.
We’ve all had days when we want to quit our jobs. It’s no different for a writer. What would happen if I stopped being a writer? Time to reflect in the usual silly manner.
Revising and editing are strange and alien worlds writers will never fully understand. Once we enter them, all communication with Earth is lost. Send in help.
‘Fess up. We all procrastinate, writer or not. Consider your procrastination habits well and truly rumbled in this post which you’ll read now and not later, you lazy toad.
Time: never enough, goes too fast, painfully slow, and often wasted. Time is both friend and enemy of us all. Maybe it’s time to say, ‘Now is my time’.
If all writers were as honest, and stupid as me, we’d all confess that we’re making it up as we go along. That’s what creating this writing stuff is about!
Today is Lisa’s birthday. She’s getting far too much attention already so what better time than for me, Feegle the cat, to offer another fabulous blog post?
Novel titles are little blighters. They elude me. They hide under the mountain of writing and taunt me to come and find them. Prepare yourself for title angst.