Eek, I’ve done it. I have finally started writing my novel. It may have taken some time and a lot of faffing about with the planning stage but I can really show people proof of the existence of my own novel. Not that I plan on showing anyone just yet! Getting Started What I… Continue reading I’ve Started my Novel!
Writing my own novel can be great but at the moment it doesn’t pay anything. That’s why I choose to also do freelance writing work. It is a great way to earn money, with the amount usually depending on the size of the job you go for. It has also been brilliant for my own… Continue reading How I Work as a Freelance Writer
The weather outside is dull, grey and rainy. If my mood could have a physical embodiment, that would be it. What has put me in this upbeat mood I hear you ask. Well that would be a late night ticking off from the husband. The worst thing about it, is that it was totally justified,… Continue reading How a Ticking Off is Helping me Find an Editor
In the past, when I haven’t liked the situation I’ve been in I’ve tended to run away from it. A good and perhaps extreme example of this would be when I quit teaching after only a year and went to Australia. That isn't really viable for everyday life so I've been thinking of ways to… Continue reading Get out of the comfort zone to get writing
Right, the husband is off training some people on how to use the awesome new website he’s built them, which leaves me two hours to kill in Conwy. I’ve found a ridiculously cute and cosy coffee shop called L’s Coffee and Bookshop, got myself a green tea (not even close to being my favourite drink,… Continue reading Writing in North Wales