It’s that time of year this writer hopes her extensive Christmas list will be fulfilled by Santa or anyone really. Pretty please?
It does us good to think about why we make our decisions. This is important for any job, including being a writer. Time to contemplate my reasons.
Baking and writing both begin from nothing and result in a hopefully finished product. Both are often the result of chocolate. At least they are in my house.
If I could visit my newbie blogging self, I’d have a lot to say. I’ve never claimed to be a blogging guru. Make of this what you will.
Writers are often told we should be reading. Have you ever questioned why, though? No. Oh well, just read this and enjoy the silliness.
Now I’m becoming an old git, I’m focusing more on what I’ve learnt but also what’s to come. What follows are the things I’ve learnt in the past year. Happy birthday to me.
A short story probably sounds easy to write. Because it’s short we love and fear it. Jump on the short story rollercoaster. It’s a short and bumpy ride.
We’re in the lurgy/infection/fevers season. I’ve been nursing a bout of badness and sharing tips for writing when ill. I am the snotty, fatigued gift that keeps on giving. Note: I’m not a doctor. Don’t sue me.