How did you start writing?
Wrote a diary of my trip with kids to Saigon and sent it to a friend who said it was pretty good and that I should write a book. 261 more words
Chapters written: 1 -13
Body Count: 9
Well that really got out of hand!
As I make my way through the middle chapters of ‘My Silly Little Confessions’ it occurs to me that the main character, Tracey Campbell, isn’t the real antagonist. 224 more words
Once upon a time there was a family who was really so very excitably excited, because they were putting in a pool! The kids were beside themselves – the boys began kissing their future “guns” developed by swim practice, and the little girl with big plans to be a synchronised swimmer just like the Olympians (minus the snot stoppers, apparently). 646 more words
If you’ve ever thought about writing a book here’s a wee run down of how it went for me (in no particular order):
1. You now have to write: It’s in your bones, you made a habit of sitting down and putting words on paper and it’s a hard habit to break. 574 more words