Am writing, NaNo, NaNoWriMo, Uncategorized

Preparing for NaNoWriMo

So, it’s less than a month until NaNoWriMo or National Novel Writing Month. Have you signed up? Have you done it before? Want to buddy up for the month? ((okay calm down with the questions, Peachy you’re giving me a headache)) For those that haven’t done it before, I will include a link below so… Continue reading Preparing for NaNoWriMo

agent, Characters, editing, plans, Uncategorized

Naming your characters

How do you decide your character names? I was sitting on the back of the motorbike, and as usual thinking about the stories I’m writing and mulling over some character names I needed for my fantasy story. That started me thinking about where we find these names? With a name, comes great responsibility! Someone said… Continue reading Naming your characters

ideas, New Job, plans, research, Uncategorized

Coming home, a new job and 2019 plans!

In the words of Sam Gamgee, ‘Well, I’m back” ((Oh no, I was enjoying the peace and quiet and suddenly it’s all been shattered. I suppose welcome back is in order and now you’re going to make our eyes bleed reading all about your amazing travels while we have been left behind)) Now, don’t sulk… Continue reading Coming home, a new job and 2019 plans!

inspiration, Rejection, Uncategorized, writing goals

Taking inspiration from life & setting writing goals

This week I had various ideas for the blog ((Oh do tell us, we have been waiting two weeks for you to enlighten us with your wisdom)) but, it all changed after an eventful train/taxi journey ((I can tell already this is going to be boring)) So, I boarded my first train; late. Arrived at… Continue reading Taking inspiration from life & setting writing goals

books, editing, short stories, Uncategorized

Editing your book… a beginner’s guide. Last part of ‘a night lost to the past’

I’M JUMPING OUT OF A PLANE TOMORROW! Now that’s out of the way, onto this week’s blog on editing a book. So, this week I decided to go back through and edit book one. Despite deciding that I’d finished with it; well until a professional gets their hands on it. My main worry has been… Continue reading Editing your book… a beginner’s guide. Last part of ‘a night lost to the past’