I’ve mentioned before how autobiographies often give you very little to say, and I’m going to mention it again now because, well, I’ve got very little to say.… Read the rest
A CHILD IS MISSING. A MAN HAS BEEN ATTACKED
The black sheep’s shadow hangs over this once peaceful village and, unless James acts fast, it may never see clear skies again
There are a lot of reasons to buy a book, some sensible, some not so much.
One of them is because you emphatically agree with its title.
I’ll leave it up to you to decide where on the scale that comes.… Read the rest
It’s Sunday afternoon, a week after I finished one blog and started another.
In the first, I spoke about the word count of my upcoming novel – The Black Sheep’s Shadow and how it concerned me.… Read the rest
Last week, just before I started this blog, I was sitting in bed thinking about it. Wondering whether I could write two blogs in a row opening with a section about the word count of my latest novel.… Read the rest
It feels as though my blog writing game has been well off recently.
Asked to guess, I would probably say I had not written more than one a week in the last five weeks, but this cannot be so.… Read the rest
I’ve been procrastinating again, but then, it’s been a stressful day.
A few months ago my girlfriend and I decided we wanted to move house.
There were numerous reasons for this, the main one being I am the only person on the current mortgage, and we’d quite like to buy somewhere together.… Read the rest
The stress, will it ever end?
Two man vs bookshelf blogs ago I said I was no longer going to put time limits on when I wrote these blogs, and when I did my writing.… Read the rest
Like a deal with the devil, you handed over a considerable chunk of your life and, in return, got a completed book you’re not quite proud of.… Read the rest