Monthly Archives: October 2014

That’s not Writing, That’s Typing!

I was sifting through some of the most vicious writer on writer criticisms the other day and was reminded of this one by Truman Capote on Jack Kerouac. Whilst I’d usually find these to be amusing examples of opinionated self importance, it actually … Continue reading

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Learning From the Already Initiated

If, like me, you have daydreamed your way through school, college (and probably work meetings), you will have filled countless notebooks, writing apps and spare corners of your brain with story ideas. The need to transfer these on to paper … Continue reading

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A Brave New World

My first ‘take a deep breath’ task of my new blogging journey is to put my spleen on display and give you something to read.

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So, I’ve got a blog! What now?

I’ve been dithering about whether to start a blog for a while, have I really got anything interesting to share with the world? Anything that isn’t already being said by thousands of people in their own blogs? Well, maybe not … Continue reading

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