Darkness is today’s #writephoto prompt from Sue Vincent. The picture is below. I took my inspiration from the word rather than the picture of dark roiling clouds over a rolling meadow. As soon as I saw the prompt I thought
It’s Guinea Pig Appreciation Day! It’s about time I celebrated it with you. Me and my Guinea Pigs You may know that I appreciate guinea pigs, large and small, and have three at home at present. I’m currently waiting for
Planning the launch of my next book, audio or ebook: things seem to have changed again. It’s pretty good that I have actually had time to think of such things as marketing. I suppose part of the reason is that,
April this year is dedicated to my Camp NaNoWriMo project for 2020. I’m revising Princelings book 10 ready for the beta readers. Have you read several Princelings of the East books? Would you like to give me feedback promptly on
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
November is the word for N in the NATO alphabet, which is the theme I chose for the A to Z Challenge in 2014. This year I’m doing flashbacks to my seven A2Zs, in honour of the Challenge’s tenth anniversary.
As mentioned last week, Chuck Wendig invited us to provide three word titles from which he’d select ten for us to pick from for our 1000 words this week. The (awesome) winning selections were (with owners): All Flags Fall (lbstribling)
As you know, I usually steer well clear of politics, especially on this blog. It’s been a highly charged week on both sides of the North Atlantic. Last Monday, Theresa May (our Prime Minister), made a very peculiar speech about Brexit