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All through 2018, on the first day of the month I will publish a photograph and journal about what it means to me. This is an exercise I will do to further develop my writing. If you have the time … Continue reading
Last post I talked about information overload in life. The more I thought about it, the more I realised that if I take the time to read something that someone has taken the time to write, it would be rude of … Continue reading
A new challenge for me this year, is to tackle my writing problems straight on to find the best solutions. Out of necessity, this is what I do every day in my working life, but for some reason when it comes … Continue reading
As I mentioned in my new year’s writing goals post, this year I’m mainly focusing on my old NaNoWriMo novels. After completing the challenge in November, most people end up with what one fellow Wrimo called draft 0.5, i.e. not even … Continue reading
A short photo journal from my trip to Budapest earlier in the month. Budapest is a wonderful city, well worth a visit.
I finally set my pride to the side to tackle the adjudication email that I have been avoiding way too long. Preparing myself I set up a plan. 1) Read the notes at the library, giving me no chance for loud … Continue reading
…or something like that. I have been absent again for awhile, mostly because of my day job. It has been a busy school term that is coming to an end in a couple of weeks. I wrote this blog on … Continue reading
My submission for my thriller Escaping your past has gone out to the first batch of agents. That was scary. Or not so much. It is worse waiting for the result.
NaNoWriMo is over for another year and I am left with a very rough draft of a novel with a very unsatisfying ending. I have learned one important thing this month. I cannot write a comedy. It was quite clear … Continue reading