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3 Things to Avoid While Writing

Music that makes you want to bust a move. Okay, maybe this is obvious to everyone else except me but when I first began writing, I went to great lengths to prepare the most well pressed arrangement of songs to accompany my pencil strokes. 474 more words


Conversations with Me - The Writer

I guess it has to be spoken about, the rumblings that have been making noise inside my head of late.

I am a writer —my son says I can’t call myself Author until I have a book published, he may be correct. 1,295 more words


Thoughts on doing that Self Publishing thing

I’m self publishing.

There. I said it. I’m self publishing. I wrote a book that I am proud of and that I am eager for people to read. 912 more words

Status Update

"If I keep doing this, I won’t know who the hell I am. I’ll just be a sum total of these positions that I’ve taken up to fulfil commissions.”

From Alex Clark’s interview with Kazuo Ishiguro, Review, The Guardian, Saturday 21st February

Most of the time, Ishiguro is writing. But, I point out, he is conspicuous by his absence from public debate, from the writer-as-commentator position occupied by novelists such as Ian McEwan or Martin Amis or, in her essays, by Hilary Mantel. 391 more words

What I thought I wanted to be (when I was a kid)

… and what I’ve done with my life since

By Jeff Salter

With the understanding that my career choices in those youngest years were not based on much factual info about the employment fields involved, here are some of the jobs I thought I’d enjoy. 993 more words



Hello, Blogosphere, and good morning.

So I’ve been a bad person, as you can probably tell, and I haven’t posted anything in a week or two…*cue wrist slaps*. 517 more words


What is the World Book Tour?

Some of you may have seen or heard that my novel, “I Have Lived Today,” has been enjoying its very own ‘World Book Tour’ over the last couple of months. 241 more words

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