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Writing only looks easy. But it can be learned.

Writing isn’t something you can sit down and do without training. It only looks that way.

I’ve noticed, of late, various posts and comments around the blog-o-sphere along the lines of ‘my book is good, because I got positive comments on Good Reads (or Amazon, or Smashwords), so why did an agent say it was terrible?’ 378 more words


SleepyDragon1320 reblogged this on Sleepy Book Dragon and commented:

Some great words of advice here. Never throw away your old stuff. Keep everything. Maybe, in the future, you can go back to it and realise you can use or recycle some of it.

Day Six

Did the required three pages yesterday, and before bed had ideas for other stories, so those got jotted down too. Keeping the focus on the novel. 326 more words


'Identity' for 99p this weekend.

Follow Aurora as she follows her path towards seeking clarity, but are some things best left unknown?

Have you got your copy yet? Get it for 99p this weekend! 43 more words

The realm of the unexpected

When I was small enough to be stuffed in the back of the car with my brother and toured across the continent, my dad would sing a repertoire of traveling songs. 768 more words

Relocation And Writing

Oh... What is your book about?

This is a question I get asked a lot. So, here it is in a nut shell. This is the pitch that took Once in Love with Lily to round two of the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Awards 2014. 316 more words

Night Moves

Day Five

Didn’t sleep well the night before, and I wish I had that time to relax and gather my thoughts. I am not a morning person. I’m afraid that my constant errands got in the way of me doing more writing. 275 more words


Book Status Update

Hello friends, just wanted to let anyone interested in the status of Black Coat with a Silver Lining that I have been feverishly working to get this book out by this weekend but may not make it because of the holiday.  305 more words