Tag Archives: writing
The following is a short story I wrote a few years ago. It’s funny revisiting old work, but I think I quite like this one. Short Story: Forever.
Back again and looking for an agent. Continue reading →
Here is the second of my character introductions for my novel Tidemarks. If you like this then check out my blog for the novel here: http://tidemarksthenovel.wordpress.com ‘Cheers, Mike,’ Farrer said as he tucked the package into his rucksack. ‘They’re going … Continue reading →
Sometimes it is easy to forget who we are. I have just moved house. It’s a stressful experience, but now we’re on the other side of it, it feels good. But the writing has been interrupted, old routines broken and … Continue reading →
Writing is speaking perfectly the second time around. Or maybe third, or fourth, or… hang on, I’m on edit six and it’s still looking far from perfect. But you know what I mean. It’s strange though, that when I hear … Continue reading →
That’s right. I’m still editing the novel. It is an interesting experience when you read back through a large body of work that you’ve written, and actually, despite the title of this blog (we’ll come to that in a moment) … Continue reading →
It’s funny, the amount of times I’ve listened to myself saying something along the lines of; ‘I just write for myself really.’ Or; ‘I write because I have to.’ If these rather cliched statements are close to the truth, then … Continue reading →