Book Review: 'A Street Cat Named Bob' - Cat lovers: brace yourselves as the cat cuteness factor is ramped up with this review of 'A Street Cat Named Bob'. Cat haters: prepare to be surprised.
My 'The Walking Dead' Writing Process - Season 7 of 'The Walking Dead' is upon us! The bad ass characters are a dream writing team. Take their advice. You'd be as brain dead as a zombie not to.
Bernie Bookworm's Reading Rules - Meet Bernie Bookworm. He isn't afraid to assert his rules and laws of reading etiquette. Bernie's views are all his own. I am merely the scribe.
The Letter: World Mental Health Day - Today is World Mental Health Day; an initiative to reach out to those in distress. Raising awareness of mental health issues is close to my heart. Closer than you may think.
Showing and Promoting the Library Love - All hail libraries! Writers and readers would be lost without them. Libraries across the world are threatened with closure. Use them or lose them. Show them the love!
The Hiding Place of the Will to Write - I miss the fire in my heart to write. I yearn for the highs of exciting ideas popping into my head. I am heartbroken that words have become obstacles rather than stepping stones.
Advice from a Writer's Husband - Today the Husband has been given a voice to share with all you wonderful supporters of writers how to get through this relationship alive and fairly well.
Writing is a Just Like a Piece of Cake - Don't be fooled into thinking the title of this post is literal; writing most certainly is NOT a piece of cake but it's like it. Warning: you may get cake cravings.
Essential Lessons in the Ways of 'Kitten' - You probably know by now that there's a new boy in my life. If not, where have you been? Avoiding the kitten pictures and posts? He may be little but he is ever so wise.
The Cruel Thief Named Depression - Depression steals so much once it sets up home in your mind and your life. Knowing it is happening means winning half the battle in taking your life back.
The Multitasking Nature of the Writer - If I had a pound for every time someone asked me what being a writer entails, I'd be... skint seeing as the pound is worth naff all now. Here's multitasking at its best.
'The Enemy' Strikes Back and Then Some... - We all have fears. Having the strength to acknowledge them is the beginning of winning the battle. Today I am facing mine and sharing it with you. I am scared...
Asking and Answering the BIG Question - There are other BIG questions than proposals. A more tricky question to answer is, 'So what are you writing?' You think it it's easy to answer and yet...
I Need You and The Village People - No-one actually need the Village People, but they had a good tag line for new recruits. Come and join my crew. You don't even need to dress up.
Writing What You Know and Pants. - I'm sure many of us are familiar with the old adage, 'Write what you know'. There are arguments for and against this. I explain where I am with my novel.
Sharing My Writing For the First Time! - So, here it is. If you read my last blog entry '#What You Don't See' this will make sense. If you haven't, I explain it again. It's so important and linked to my novel.
Learning Lessons from Jane and Bertha - I am sure many of you are aware of the famous line, 'Reader, I married him' from the amazing novel, Jane Eyre, written by Charlotte Bronte. I modified it for this blog.
Imagination at the Centre of my Life - Welcome to my new blog! This is a blog to document my writing progress, get a little silly and honest. Let's see how this goes! Thanks for being here.