Whenever I start writing a new book, it takes a while for the land to settle. For me to really know what it’s about. How it feels in the mouth. How it lingers in the brain. And then when the pieces do fall into place, that’s when I choose a new pen.
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Journal#24 – My latest MS? It’s in a ‘beta place’
Exciting times! My current work-in-progress has taken flight and is currently in the hands of a motley crew of beta readers. So, what now?
Mothtown – Cover and Pre-order NOW
It’s cover release day for Mothtown!
WRITING TIPS: How to plan your novel as you write it
Wondering how to effectively plan your novel as you pen your first draft? Say goodbye to messy plans and continuity errors with this handy method of recording your story notes as you write.
The new book and writing about yourself
I haven’t blogged about this one at all yet. But it means a lot to me. I’ve been writing this one since October, with a few mini breaks in between to rethink, replan, rejig, and – the usual – fret. Why is this book different? This will be my third novel, but not my third…
Join us for a Festive Social around the Hearth on 21st December via Zoom.
Journal#23 – So that was 2022…
2022. What a year!
Fantasy Hive – Mothtown Interview
Pretty much as soon as Mothtown has been announced, I’ve been busy doing interviews about it. Such an exciting time! It normally takes a while for me to find a way to talk about new books, as the way they’re seen by readers hasn’t actually sank in yet. How I feel about a new book…
What’s your season?
I like to think I’m quite a self-aware person, but sometimes I have literally no idea. Now that I’ve written two poetry collections, two novels, and several other TOP SECRET books that I can’t talk about yet, I’m starting to see a connection.
Journal#22 – On setting off on a new adventure
I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again, it’s been a funny old year of beginnings and endings. Personal and professional. Inward and outward. While my feet have barely moved, my mind has been everywhere. Travelled lots of different lands. Walked many fells. Crossed a few fjords. It hasn’t been the easiest year. But…