Writing Uncomfortable Characters – Paedophiles

It’s International Women’s Day next week! At work, I’ve been trying to organise a photo competition, photographs of women which help break stereotypes and broaden perception, while celebrating the strength and diversity of women worldwide. So I’m trying to write something for a Facebook post, but it all seems to sound creepy: ‘We are looking … Continue reading Writing Uncomfortable Characters – Paedophiles

Diary of an Author with Multiple Sclerosis. Christmas Edition

So it’s been a while since I updated this diary. Quite a bit has happened in my life since the last update, some of it connected to writing, but mostly not. I’ll try and fit it in where I can below. Here’s what’s been happening, writing first: Writing I started October off by joining the … Continue reading Diary of an Author with Multiple Sclerosis. Christmas Edition

Writing on the move! I’ve Discovered a New Tool!

So, I've been away on holiday. Hooray for me! My wife, son and myself have spent the last week in sunny Devon, and very nice it was, but I've been working on an idea for a novel which I didn't want to leave behind for a whole week. Of course I took my notepad and … Continue reading Writing on the move! I’ve Discovered a New Tool!

Six Reasons to Revise and Re-Release Your Book [Reblog]

This post was originally published over on amarketingexpert.com . There is a ton of useful information over on the site, so I suggest a visit is in order! To the post... Six Reasons to Revise and Re-Release Your Book Several years ago I met a guy at a writer’s conference who had a 400-page science … Continue reading Six Reasons to Revise and Re-Release Your Book [Reblog]