Tag: success

Apr 13

L is for Learning curve

As writers we never stop learning (See H is for Help!) and as such we all have our very own learning curves for each new subject we tackle. Some of these curves may be steep, meaning we pick up new material quickly and with ease. Others may be flat; some subjects are tough going and we don’t …

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Dec 01

Nano 2011 is OVER!!

Ok, so I began today at 40k with a plan to get up at the crack of dawn and panic write for as long as it took to finish! When I woke up at 11:30 I was perturbed to say the least, then I had to run round like an idiot because I’d left my …

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Sep 06

Bloody Women!

Good news everyone! My debut story at Thrillers, Killers ‘n’ Chillers blog is online for you to eyeball with your eyeballs. Thrillers, Killers ‘n’ Chillers is a webzine dedicated to writing and reading short stories and flash fiction in the most daring of genres, including crime, noir, action, thriller, horror, weird, spooky, supernatural and slice …

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Sep 01

The big picture

So my posts have been a bit morbid depressing sombre lately due to the fact that I’ve been struggling to get past a very awkward sticking point in my novel. I’m worried that you’ll all start slashing your wrists leaving soon if I don’t cheer up – so just for you I’m going to do …

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Aug 03

Camp NaNoWriMo: Day 3 – Full steam ahead!

  It’s too early to worry about word counts (but don’t use that as an excuse to slack off!) and right now you should still be in full flow. Whether you’re a plotter or a pantser (more on these tomorrow), you’ll be flying through your novel at a brisk pace, high on the excitement of …

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