Author Archives: jebjork

NaNoWriMo research

It’s the end of September and a little over a month until the next NaNoWriMo kicks off. First I had planned to write a sequel to a historical novel I have been working on and I spent much time on researching … Continue reading

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Keeping Time – a sort of book review

I read The Time Keeper by Mitch Albom over the summer holidays. It was perfect timing as I felt that I wanted to slow down time to finish all my tasks for the coming school year and still have time … Continue reading

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Planner all the way

I like to be organised and have a solid plan, as I mentioned last time I often look forward to the planning more than the thing itself. So looking ahead for the autumn and my writing goals, I have NaNoWriMo coming up … Continue reading

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Ready – set – go!

I’m back at school in a few days. The summer holidays have been lovely, I worked on some of my writing projects, did some London touristy things and even had a quick getaway back to Sweden for my sister-in-law’s birthday. … Continue reading

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Summer holidays

School’s out for the summer! There is always a special feeling when this happens, as if I’m still a pupil who can’t wait to throw my books to the wind and just enjoy the holiday. When in fact for me … Continue reading

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Synopsis and new projects

Have you ever had the feeling when you read through your synopsis and in the back of your mind, playing on repeat is a much more interesting story? Is this the time you should ditch your first attempt and go … Continue reading

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Bullet Journal update

Some months ago, I mentioned that I had started a Bullet Journal to organise myself. I am a bit of OCD when it comes to organisation and I like to have everything at the tip of my fingers on my computer. I … Continue reading

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Experimental writing – Help! I can’t do it!

I always experiment with my writing. Despite writing for so many years, I still try to find ways to make it better, brighter, funnier, more clever etc. I also try to make the process smoother. I try different ways of … Continue reading

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Millenium four – a short review

I recently finished the fourth book The girl in the spiders web (Det som inte dödar oss) in Stieg Larsson Millenium trilogy. As many of you might know Stieg Larsson died of a heart attack before he saw the success … Continue reading

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When I feel frustrated

One of the things I wanted to work on this year was to try harder to find solutions to writing issues instead of simply giving up or skipping a particularly difficult passage. Even though I have tried, sometimes it can get … Continue reading

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