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Monthly Writing Update: January 2024 Review
2024-02-07 11:46
The first month of the year has sped away from us already. With the first month of the year drawn to a close, I thought there was no better time to clarify how I want to take the year going… Read More
An Abundance Of Raptors | Blackout Poetry
2024-01-31 12:03
What Is Blackout Poetry? Essentially, it’s a literally collage. Blackout poetry is created by taking a pre-existing text and readacting words until the text is transformed into a uniqu… Read More
New Year’s Book Haul 2024
2024-01-17 12:27
My book buying habit tends to follow certain themes. In my last book haul, the theme was weird and unique concepts. In the haul before that, I was in a science fiction and fantasy mood. This… Read More
2023-11-29 13:02
Mars has been a source of interest for centuries. It has inspired scientists and creatives alike. As November 28th was Red Planet Day, I thought there was no better time to share some intrig… Read More
Writing Is A Collaborative Process
2023-11-22 12:07
“Writing is a collaborative process” is a sentiment I’ve heard of a few times. It’s not untrue. There are writers, agents, editors, beta readers, artists, and manager… Read More
Monthly Writing Update: October 2023
2023-11-01 12:48
I mentioned in last month‘s update that I’ve been feeling a bit of burnout, which isn’t something any writer wants at any time, but least of all on the eve of National Nove… Read More
Our House
2023-10-11 11:00
The neighbours might blame a mouse or a rat or a cat or a fox or some other creature of the night. And they would be almost right. Right about a creature of the night. … More Our Hous… Read More
Monthly Writing Breakdown: September 2023
2023-10-04 10:45
September went by very quickly. I'll admit, I'm beginning to feel pretty burned out. More on that later. Let's get into the monthly update. … More Monthly Writing Breakdown: Septembe… Read More
Company On A Dark Road
2023-09-20 11:23
Life is a long dark road but I keep walking on. Persistence is a long dark road which I walk alone. Tall cold walls surround me with no light to be seen except that light which comes from me… Read More
2023-08-23 11:16
Recently, I paid a visit to the Stephenson Steam Railway while holidaying with my parents. My dad is something of a rail enthusiast so throughout my life I’ve tailed him to one railway… Read More
Novel-In-Progress Monthly Update: July 2023
2023-08-02 10:40
Following my resolution to be a bit nicer to myself, I've decided I'm going to use these little monthly updates to talk about what I've achieved rather focusing so heavily on what I've not a… Read More
The Forever Dance
2023-07-12 11:21
A short story containing fantasy , science fiction, and references to mythology. Suitable for all ages. Once there was a maiden of utmost beauty, matched only by her temper. It was a hard tr… Read More
Novel-In-Progress Monthly Update: May 2023
2023-06-07 11:01
Last month I had the benefit of multiple bank holidays in the UK to help me do some much needed writing. I’m also, more or less, settled into the routine of being in full-time employme… Read More
2023-05-31 11:16
A horror, suspense story about terrible call centre jobs. Read with caution. Contains: Threat, references to suicide, self-harm, poor mental health, fantasies of violence, swearing. Rated 18… Read More
December Book Haul!!!
2022-12-28 11:48
I don’t usually post book hauls because I’m not particulary active in the bookish community (Is that a thing?) and I don’t surf Best Sellers for my next read of choice, so… Read More
2022-11-30 16:30
National Novel Writing Month has officially come to a close. It’s time to reflect, be positive, and carry on. The Inevitable Anti-Climax Of Finishing NaNoWriMo Here’s something I… Read More
2022-11-23 10:11
We're officially heading into the final week of National Novel Writing Month 2022. That's the final seven days, people! The chance for one last push to get over the 50k finish line or comple… Read More
2022-11-09 11:19
Hello again everyone. Eh, isn’t this strange? Weekly connected life updates? I feel like a proper blogger now. Next I’ll be posting pictures of my cat. Anyway, it’s over a… Read More
2022-11-02 11:19
Those of you who read my 5 Signs NaNoWriMo Might Not Be For You and 10 Pros and Pitfalls To Know This National Novel Writing Month might be wondering... wtf am I doing NaNoWriMo again if I t… Read More
2022-10-26 13:00
Horror story featuring gore and hair loss. TW: Hemophobia, trichophobia, and peladophobia. For 18+ Read More
2022-08-31 11:50
Have you built your author platform on shaky ground? I've noticed some worrying traps aspiring authors are falling into - and I know because I'm an aspiring author who has fallen into thes… Read More
2022-08-24 11:10
When I started sharing the research that’s going into my novels, the first strange tidbit I talked about was robots who love you back. This was for a science fiction novel I was workin… Read More
2022-06-29 11:20
Choosing a genre as a writer, to me, has always felt a little pointless. My somewhat ambiguous process is to get an idea, develop it, and see what genre fits the story - not the other way ro… Read More
2022-05-25 12:41
A little while ago I submitted my super villain story My Masked Lady for publication in a small online e-zine. As you can guess from the title of this post, it wasn't accepted. This marks my… Read More
My Masked Lady
2022-05-18 08:52
A supervillain story: In a world full of masked heroes and villains, two enemies meet to negotiate the fate of a stolen child Read More

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