Tag: writing

Dec 04

Repent, sinner!

Heed my words or burn in Hell! Thou have been sinning like a bad, bad writer and thou must stop(est?) For details on how to save your soul check out my new seven article series on the Seven Deadly Sins of writing in January’s edition of Writing Magazine (available in shops now).  

Nov 03

The one and only rule you need for NaNoWriMo…

Keep writing. No matter what happens, no matter what goes wrong, no matter what noises you hear coming from Mummy and Daddy’s room late at night, do not stop writing. Especially with that last one, this is one time when curiosity is best left to fester. That’s all you need to know to survive the …

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Mar 06

Camp NaNoWriMo 2014

For those of you that took part last year, you already know the rules. Don’t forget to pop over to the website and fill in your details for this year’s novel. For those that didn’t, Camp NaNoWriMo is a lot like regular NaNoWriMo. For those of you that haven’t heard about NaNoWriMo…where have you been?! …

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Dec 31

I think I can, I think I can…

Oh god, I had no idea it was this bad! Ten posts…TEN POSTS! That’s all I wrote during 2013…and I’m counting this one! This won’t do at all. It’s been a shit year for writing, well a shit year for my writing. It’s probably been at least a semi-productive year for other writers. Not that …

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Oct 17

They’re heeeere…

They're heeeere...

Yes, I’m talking about the NaNoWriMo haters. I’ve already seen the moaners, the whingers, and the blissfully ignorant laughing and pointing their fingers. “HA HA HA HA, writing? You don’t know what writing is!” Half of them say “You should be writing every month!” and the other half are saying “50,000 words in 30 days? …

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