Haiku is a Japanese verse form. Apparently there are lots of different verse forms, and I came across a list of them somewhere recently, but I’ll have to search to find it again. Haiku in my books I’ve been doing
Greed and Retribution is the second of my Flash Fiction collection to hit the press. And it’s my G for the A to Z Challenge today. Greed and Retribution: The Carruthers Collection and Other Twisty Tales If you’ve been reading
Fate… how much of my writing is left to it? It was fairly difficult to come up with a topic for today, since it is Insecure Writers Support Group day, where we blog about things pertaining to writing, and support
The Cheshire Bunny is my take on this week’s #writephoto prompt from KL Caley at New2writing.com. It’s also my second AtoZ post for C! Here’s the photo: If you saw last week’s you’ll know that I’m in a little run
Background in the third of a series is vitally important. Especially when you discover it’s several years since you published book 2. This year’s AtoZChallenge is mainly about my writing, and my Work In Progress, a science fiction adventure called
A to Z Challenge is not for me, I said. I’m not doing it this year. But I am challenging myself this month, so I decided to make it a Writing Challenge. I have to finish Zanzibar’s Rings this month.
Reflections … again. It’s always good to reflect on the A to Z Challenge, but I doubt whether I have anything to say that I didn’t say last year, except for some new observations about the state of blogging.
Finishing the series: I’m sure I’ve written about this before, but given it’s the 1st May, and it’s Insecure Writers Support Group, and I’ve just got back from Camp NaNoWriMo, I thought I’d take it as my subject. I didn’t
Zephyrs and other Winds brings you a charming insight into daily life at Castle Marsh. That’s the life of my Princelings of the East. This year I’ve been giving you flashbacks from my previous seven A to Z Challenges, to
‘eXactly’ replaces the post I’d already done for this year’s X of the AtoZ Challenge. In fact, I’d replaced it last year, too. Maybe it will finally surface in 2020. Since that was also an eX cheat (as was last
Victor. I meant to use the post I did for the NATO Alphabet in 2014, but it was an excerpt about the storm in his book, Bravo Victor, where he hides under his bed. I’m sure I’ve used that recently,
Updating my biography – probably the first time I’d done it since I started blogging in 2011. My theme for 2019, in keeping with the A to Z’s tenth anniversary, is flashbacks. I’m posting from the seven previous A to
Turgonia was the place I chose to feature for the letter T of my world-building themed A to Z in 2016. This year I’m doing flashbacks from the seven challenges I’ve undertaken. The A to Z Challenge is celebrating its
Heiða is my book for R for Review, which is my regular Saturday topic. I’m breaking out of my A to Z Challenge Flashbacks to bring you a review of a fascinating book published on Thursday (18th April). Thank you,
Manufacturing was an aspect of the Princelings world I hadn’t really thought through when I first wrote the books. During 2012 I did the A to Z of the Princelings World for my first #AtoZChallenge. This year my theme is