Here it is, my second ever guest post, finally up! Drae Box is a up-and-coming fiction writer (and very friendly, to boot!), with books Kateti and The Royal Gift both scheduled for release later this year. The former of the two can be read for free if you sign up to her newsletter! Drae also has a very active blog Continue reading Guest Spotlight: A Thank you to Katherine Applegate by Drae Box
I did it guys, I finished my draft! I had a terrible writing week with a serious case of “end of book”-jitters, but in the weekend I finally pulled myself together and finished it. On Sunday, I sent it out to my lovely beta readers. Can’t wait to hear what they say! Other than that Did my daily writing on about Continue reading Twice Fortnightly – Beta Time!
Today I’m very happy to introduce the first ever guest post here on my blog, a short “spotlight” post by my good friend and fellow writer Z.R. Southcombe about one of her literary idols. Z.R. released her debut What Stars Are Made Of, a word-less storybook, in late 2014 and just yesterday her latest novel, The Caretaker of Imagination, was launched. Continue reading Guest Spotlight – Z.R. Southcombe on Roald Dahl: Inspiration and Imagination
Even just typing that title feels totally surreal. But since Going Home has in fact been featured on a few other people’s websites lately, I thought I’d do a nice, neat media roundup for those of you who do not, in fact, watch my Twitter feed intently. This week started off fantastically, with my friend Grace posting this beautiful write-up of Going Home on Continue reading Going Home Media Roundup!
I actually couldn’t remember exactly what I had put on my list for this week. Or rather, I thought I could remember but since I’d done everything I thought I must be missing something. Turns out I didn’t! This week I have: Done my daily writing, including a few test scenes for some ideas I’m tossing around for Camp in Continue reading Twice Forthnightly – Nameless Progress
Somehow it became Tuesday again. Whoops! I guess you lose track of the days when you’re busy. This week I have: Done my daily writing, mostly anyway. Printed the sequel to Going Home and started reading through it. Before I started I was convinced I’d scrap the first couple of chapters and start later, but now I’m not so sure. I Continue reading Twice Fortnightly – Back in the saddle!