It’s 2020, a new year, another chance to rally our thoughts and achieve clarity for the coming months. I am lucky to belong to a writers group, who meet monthly … Continue reading Epiphany
Since I could walk I have always read, joining my local library when I was five years old. I still enjoy curling up each evening with whatever book I am … Continue reading From Why to How
Finally, I finished my third novel and took a deep, deep, breath. This novel was a struggle because I was new to the characters of Cregane Court. That’s what happens … Continue reading #AmEditing #CreganeCourt
In this, another of my writing tips page, I share what are my opinions, you may agree or not, but I do hope you find what I have to share … Continue reading What Is Plot?
In this piece I ask, do we need to turn up to our page each day? Use it or lose it, is a phrase that is often heard in relation … Continue reading Use It or Lose It
In this post I share basic and simple ways to create your characters, whether for short stories/novels. I’ve included also a basic CV that you can use while working on … Continue reading Where to start with Character
We all know that writing can be an isolating career, cutting ourselves off when penning our novels, and then once the story is finally down on paper we have to go … Continue reading Getting out and meeting others
At the beginning of your writing career, you are writer, agent, bookkeeper, marketer, web designer, social media manager, and pretty much anything else you can think of. Today I hope to make that a little easier of a burden to bear, with 5 beginner tips for becoming a writer.