A lot of great artists have suffered for their craft, Van Gogh being an obvious one. There are many writers that have struggled with depression and various other ailments. In one of my flights of fantasy I picture myself as a great author, yes I know slightly insane I’ve not even finished my book yet […]Read more "Suffering for my Craft"
Originally posted on sentenced2debt:
It’s safe to say that at some point in time we have once been told don’t get a credit card.I know I have. But in today’s society it seems as though not having a credit card can hold you back from many things like: renting an apartment (you can’t rent…
Recently I have been feeling quite low, nothing major, just life getting me down. It could be the cold, I don’t like cold, it might be the dark evenings. It could be because I’m cutting back on alcohol. Not wishing to be in the doldrums I came up with a plan to think of one […]Read more "Trying to be positive"
Like the rest of you I’m a plagued by the odd bit of spam on my blog. I used to get ones telling me I was good but if I only sort out the help of the poster I would be able to increase my followers, for a moderate fee of course. I just ignored […]Read more "My blog saved a life!"
Sorry the heading is slightly misleading it should read how to save £667 and not necessarily easily either, so in fact it’s a bit of a lie! I came across this on Facebook amongst all the pictures of cats and post about immigration. The idea is you save 1p on the first day then increase […]Read more "How to make £667 easily!"
Last week I said I would have a go at re-spinning old post so here is the first one. I thought I would start with a short post I wrote 10 months ago; I’ve been reading a lot of blogs by other authors and been stressing about my low word count. The last couple of […]Read more "Quality not quantity"
A while ago a wrote a post about one of my minor characters I was very unhappy with, I have sub-consciously try to write Snape into my book and it didn’t work. I have finally got around to re-writing him, his part in the plot is still the same, he is responsible for, or at […]Read more "Changing a character; is it any better?"
I am a little bit nervous about writing this article because I genuinely do not what to offend anyone. I am also the last person to tell you what to do or think, this is my own thoughts over recent days. I was sad to hear of the death of David Bowie, although I wouldn’t […]Read more "Celebrity Grief"
Originally posted on Bard & Books:
Hey guys, I would like to welcome one of my first writer friends, Eric Klingenberg, onto the blog once again. He has helped me more than any other single person with my manuscript, Fractured. Please check out his blog and hit the follow button so you can support him just as…
This is a story of a disabled boy Conor Kelly who is taken in a mythical realm and tasked with saving them by finding the four lost treasures which are hidden in modern day Ireland. The book jumps from modern times to the mythical past and the fairy world as the story unfolds. I have […]Read more "A review Conor Kelly and the Four treasures of Eirean by Ali Isaac."