The end of a long hiatus. And the beginning of a new dream.
Hello blog, my old friend. I have – with equal degrees of non-success, kept a blog for going on 10 years now. I have never really built a rhythym of posting, or a readership, or really got what I wanted out of it. Initially, I wrote a blog because I was lonely. And it’s difficult… Continue reading Generally inefficient – hiatus
See you when the next novel is complete.
Chastisement to self.
Several lists of things I think about when I think about redrafting. The editing process, I suppose….
On how I stopped writing for writing’s sake, and instead learnt to write better, by reading, listening and thinking. Hard stares and ginger beer all round.
I have decided, with a typically male lack of need for scientific, or indeed, observable, corroboration, that I have writer’s woe.
In which I describe losing my London Book Fair virginity. Quick, embarrassing, and not eked out to make it value for money. No change there, then.
Brief report from the London Book Fair Masterclass today for aspiring authors – entitled ‘How to get published.’
Homicidal thoughts on the towpath, out for a run in the sun. Disturbed by Transition, by Iain Banks.