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Sometimes Knowing It’s Supposed To Be Hard Makes The Job Easier – The Climb #23

Monday 13th February 2017 After last week, I’m keen for this week to be a productive week.  As a result, today was about getting a lot of shit that’s been hanging over me, done. I got some household admin out the way (paying my credit card and sending a birthday card to a relative) before [...]

2017-02-14T09:19:31+00:00 February 14th, 2017|Publishing, The Climb, Writing|0 Comments

Tuckerisation

New day job means my writing schedule is all over the place. There’s a few things I’ve been working on, but nothing that feels productive. I’ve tried to at least keep the blog ticking along and I’ve also started writing a test scene for Refugee in first person but mostly I’ve been thinking about one [...]

2016-10-17T17:14:00+00:00 February 29th, 2012|Writing|0 Comments

Is ‘Refugee’ Potentially YA?

Most people go into town to go shopping. On Saturday I appear to have used it as an excuse to clear my head and think about one of my writing projects (although I did get the new shoes I wanted for work as well as picking a book up in a charity shop I was [...]

2016-10-17T17:14:00+00:00 February 20th, 2012|Writing|0 Comments

Getting Ready To Edit Refugee

So whilst the first draft work on Gods of the Old Frontier continues, I’m also starting to edit Refugee. Refugee (or more likely ‘Refugees’ – I’m still undecided) is the tale of a family who become refugees in a fantasy world following the destruction of our own. It’s post-apocalyptic with fantasy imagery. It has a [...]

2016-10-17T17:14:03+00:00 January 19th, 2012|Writing|0 Comments

Playing with Process

When I decided that I would take my writing seriously – really try and make a go of it – I decided that I would always take risks, that I would never play it safe. For the most part, I’m glad I did that. I probably didn’t realise it at the time, lost in the [...]

2016-10-17T17:14:07+00:00 November 7th, 2011|Writing|1 Comment