The drafting process. Three words guaranteed to make a writer quiver. It’s necessary. It feels like it will never end. It will not defeat us. Maybe…
My novel has stirred up memories of living in my hometown. I have found myself torn between nostalgia and change every time I go back. Your hometown is a powerful place.
It’s Feegle the cat here! Make 2018 the year you live more like a cat. We know how to live life in the lazy, well-fed lane. Follow my guide to feline fine.
New year, new writer? Follow all the writing rules! Nah, don’t. Read this snarky guide and then go and make your own rules. Don’t tell Stephen King I said so.
Don’t suffer at Christmas, writers, with visits from loved ones and culling of writing time. Read how to claim back your writing life over the festive season. Snark included.
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.