A big thank you to Irene Waters in Australia who has kindly invited me to take part in a “Writing Process Blog Hop” – This particular hop aims to get writers to share some of their thoughts and ways of working around their writing. Continue reading “My Writing Process”
You know what?! Having a mind like a tombola (even with the door open) is sometimes a good thing – out pop thoughts, emotions and experiences that seem unconnected but when they land simultaneously, I sometimes spot the something that pulls them all together.
I already had a blog piece sketched out for this week, based around fitting changes into your life bit by bit, (‘bird by bird’ for any writers) or for everyone else – “When eating an elephant, take one bite at a time” Continue reading “Introducing the Bite-Size Memoir Challenge”
I look at life through an ever changing Kaleidoscope and can’t settle in one groove for long! By now, regular readers have worked out that I am easily distracted by something new. My Mum would remind me that as a child, I was always “bored” on top of which I can’t resist a challenge. So, apologies to any followers of this blog if you hoped I might have a consistent ‘theme’ or message but I’m driven by novelty and curiosity and couldn’t resist this: Continue reading “Flash Fiction “Seth””
My son recently described my mind as a tombola drum revolving with the door open. Lots of thoughts going round – no clue as to what was going to drop out next. He added something along the lines that all the ‘5’s and ‘0’s were gone – so no prizes left – but we can ignore that as ‘hilarious teenage humour’. Nevertheless, the analogy it’s regrettably a good observation that my thinking, whilst constant, is somewhat random and disorganised. Continue reading “First 7 Days on Scrivener”
Substitute rain for snow and Sherrey may well have been addressing me directly here! With the incredible wet run we’ve had in the UK, I have avoided getting out for a regular walk round the block for several weeks and apart from now feeling a bit lardy, my back is playing up and preventing me from sitting altogether – hence my silence and time to share another’s words of wisdom. Continue reading “Will Exercise and Breaks Enhance Your Creativity?”