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The Writing Confidence Crash

Every writer loses confidence at some point. It’s not a surprise, nor is it anything to be ashamed about. There are famous novelists who still have a crisis of confidence with every book. In fact, I’m sure that this is … Continue reading

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Teeth Blog Tour and Other Updates

As you may have noticed, I’ve been rather quiet the last few weeks. Not only have I had the most horrendous cold that is making sleep my best friend in the world, but I’ve also been planning for the Teeth … Continue reading

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Bookourite #1: Teeth

One of my favourite elements of Self-Publishing and the new era of publishing we’re seeing thanks to the internet, is that readers can get a better insight when it comes to authors of the books they love. They can see … Continue reading

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Writing Environment #3: Motivation

I’m back with another Writing Environment post, and the fact it’s taken me two months to write this, I promise, has nothing to do with motivation. Thought I’d point that out now. Honestly, things have been rather busy. That’s a … Continue reading

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15 Things for 2015

Yes, that’s right, it’s another New Years resolutions, what we hope for 2015, post. If you’re already sick to the teeth of them, don’t worry, another week and I’m sure most of us will have forgotten we even made the … Continue reading

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Holiday Hard Work

I know I planned to have Writing Environment #3 post out this month, but as you will see by the end of this blog post, things have been just a little bit hectic. So I decided to put out a … Continue reading

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Multiple Projects means Many Headaches

There is something funny about the evolution of ideas for creatively minded people. The more you work: the more ideas you have. It’s a momentum thing. Once you gather speed, it’s easier to simply keep going than it is to … Continue reading

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Writing Environment #2: Location

There was once a time when I could write anywhere. I could write in the back of a classroom whilst I was supposed to be taking notes. I could scribble on the bus or sitting in my living room with … Continue reading

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10 Tips for NaNoWriMo

With NaNoWriMo a week away, I decided to share my tips on winning the 30 day challenge of writing 50,000 words. After five years of attempting NaNoWriMo and failing repeatedly, I have now completed it three years in a row. … Continue reading

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Teeth Blurb

Well, it’s been a little longer than the fortnight I promised. With a trip to Frankfurt shoehorned into the middle, I think I can be forgiven for a few days. Perhaps. Anyway, point being, the blurb for my vampire novella, … Continue reading

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