Wow, yet another post on writing tips. Grab the popcorn, this is going to be entertaining, my mind’s gonna be blown apart, you’re probably not thinking. Writing advice posts are everywhere, especially if you follow many blogs on the craft of… Read More ›
Book Review – A Plague of Pages by John F Leonard
John F Leonard’s latest offering once again showcases this man’s talent at constructing a terrifying, yet realistic story. His novel, Bad Pennies was one of my favourite reads last year, and I’m pleased to say, he’s done it again. There’s… Read More ›
Why Do We Write?
I haven’t posted on this blog in quite a while (19 days to be exact). Editing my manuscript has taken up all of my ‘writing’ time and there’s not been a book review recently because I’m currently working my way… Read More ›
Kindles are Great, Buy One Buy One Buy One!!!
I feel I must start this post by stating that I am not an employee of Amazon and have no affiliation with the company at all. Well, apart from being a satisfied customer that is. It took me a while… Read More ›
Five Sources of Inspiration for the Horror Writer
Horror may be one of the toughest genres to write. Perhaps that’s not true, maybe it’s because I’ve never tried writing in any other genre that I think this. If I was to attempt an intergalactic romance story involving family… Read More ›
Five Essential Writing Tips That You Probably Know. But it Doesn’t Hurt to Have a Quick Refresher Now Does it?
I’m starting yet another blog post banging on about how there are so many writing advice blogs out there with valuable tips on them for the budding author, blah blah blah! We all know this. It’s not like you’ve clicked… Read More ›
Is Being an Author Like Being a Musician?
I’m here again comparing the written word against the sounds made by musical instruments and the human voice. Successful authors have long careers spanning many years with many novels and articles published in much the same way as bands and… Read More ›
Blogging About Writing, or Writing About Blogging, or Just Blogging About Nonsense?
Being a writer is hard. It’s hard, hard work. ‘Nothing really surprising about that intro,’ I hear you scream (or maybe you just think it – screaming at a computer or phone screen is a bit of a strange thing… Read More ›