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If you have read this blog for a while, you know that I have a passion for the environment and I’m trying to make improvement to live a better, more sustainable life. Today however I will write about not actual … Continue reading
It’s that time of the year again, when I challenge myself through the A-Z challenge to write a blog post every day in April, all with a specific theme (revealed later in the month). It is the ninth annual challenge, but … Continue reading
It is about a week until the start of the yearly NaNoWriMo challenge and I feel good. My mind is clear and focused, ready to make up stuff. This year my biggest obstacle is time. Sundays are usually my biggest writing … Continue reading
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
I’m a historian by education. My day job as a gymnastics coach has nothing directly to do with my degree, but I use aspects of it everyday. I often use my research skills when working, but on a much more … Continue reading
I have long been old school, simply using a word document for my writing. I would open a new document and start typing. Not worrying about needing to move scenes around etc. I always started at A and went through … Continue reading
I love doing research. I love getting caught up in someone’s story, delve into stacks of books, searching the Internet for the most obscure fact, follow it to its source (you can never be too careful online). There is a … Continue reading
When I felt stuck in my latest story (Escaping your past), I decided to take a trip to Dover. This is where my book starts, where my main character Jacob Petran drives off the ferry in Dover harbour in a … Continue reading
One of my goals for this year, is trying to live up to the advises from Jack M Bickham’s book The 38 Most Common Fiction Writing Mistakes. The number one mistake according to Bickham, is to not see your writing … Continue reading
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