It seems hard to believe that it’s a week since I took the stage at the Choc-lit Ruby Virtual Festival. … More Destination – Italy?
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We’ve all read the reviews that claim that the location is almost a character in the book – it can … More Ten things to think about when choosing locations.
I have to say that I am a bit obsessive about fact checking for the manuscripts. This does not mean … More Just checking
One from the archives this week. In the midst of lock-down, I decided to have a prowl around the past … More Finally getting there?
When an author talks about books, the subject of location invariably comes up. It can be very significant. Some locations, … More But where is it set?
My reading matter at the moment includes a bit of vicarious travel. Eloise James’ account of her year living in … More Vicarious living
With walking routes restricted at the moment, I’ve been leafing through old photos and thought I’d share a few. … More A few virtual views.
Bucket lists are usually a place for big ticket items – learning a new language, buying a house, writing a … More Time for a new bucket list?
Yesterday I should have been at a workshop in Hereford with members of the Marcher Chapter of the Romantic Novelists’ … More Strange times and virtual garden parties.
A lot of writers will not read in their own genre when they are writing, in case they absorb too … More Reading around the lines
When did you last write a love letter? Have you ever written one? I have – but it was nearly … More Words of Love
Not me, that’s for sure, as I haven’t had a new book out in ages – hope that will change … More And the award goes to …
Writers and readers know the power of location. Not just for selling houses, it sells books too! How often have … More Evocative places
The concept of deadly sins – sloth, greed, envy, and the rest, have provided quite a bit of material for … More The most deadly sin?
I was going to call this killing the relatives, but thought it might be severely misconstrued. The post last week … More The lives of supporting characters
Wrestling with my tax return this week, the thought occurred to me, along with a lot of swear words, which … More Acting like normal people
Readers like books series, which means that publishers like them too. There are of course different types – some feature … More Serial Offender
Over the holiday I’ve been doing some writing – pause here for round of applause. This involved going back to … More What’s your problem?
As regular readers know. I don’t really do New Year resolutions. 2020 has also started rather inauspiciously, as I have … More Promises, promises
I’m not a big fan of Christmas. I don’t like the weather, for a start, although by the time the … More Writing for Christmas
Those of you who are into dinosaurs will know that Dippy the Diplodocus currently on tour. He’s at the museum in … More Inspired at the museum?
Writers have a variety of techniques for sorting out the stories that run riot in their heads. I know one … More Collecting pictures?
Regular readers – you know who you are, and thank you – will know that I usually make a trip … More Visiting London
With all the stuff about elections flying around, I started to think idly of things I would be unlikely to … More Ten things I will probably never write about.
Can someone please explain how I seem to be writing a Christmas novella that is a prequel to a series … More How did this happen?