Just a quick post today to say ‘Happy New Year’ to all my friends, supporters and clients wherever you are in the world. I’m grateful for your love, time, encouragement and – to all you editors, private clients and people who bought my book – your cash! 2014 has not been an easy year, having… Read More Here’s looking forward to a brand new year!
I’ve just reviewed Marconi Union‘s Weightless album on Doughnut and thought music fans might like to check it out. As a Christmas bonus for you all though I’m offering a little more if you enjoy this kind of ambient music. My advice is take a gander at the review and listen to the track… Read More Music Review: Maconi Union Weightless
Although I’m no longer a member of the FWD I would like to recommend to all freelancer writers who are new to the game to join (or at least sign up to the waiting list) to the excellent site run by Carol Tice and Linda Formichelli. Although aimed primarily at non-fiction writers producing articles for… Read More Review: Freelance Writers Den
I think Blurb does have its place but you need to be aware of the pitfalls before you go in. In April 2014 I set out to publish my first book – a collection of photographs with accompanying text as a kind of photo-memoirs of the 5 1/2 years I spent with my family… Read More Review: Blurb – the site for publishing photography books
“Two years after the massacre, the State enforces stricter rules and harsher punishments on anyone rumored to support tomo – the clairvoyant drug that caused a regional uprising. But sixteen-year-old Sophia Gray has other problems. Between her father’s illegal forgery and her friend’s troubling history, the last thing Sophia needs is an unexpected encounter with… Read More Book Review: Take Me Tomorrow by Shannon A. Thompson
View image | gettyimages.com Well NaNoWriMo is well and truly over and I managed not just the official 50,000 required to confirm you as a winner but very nearly 60,000 in November. So…I’ve got my book; what next? It will come as no surprise to you, if you’re a writer, that ‘what’s next’ is a… Read More After NaNoWriMo: What next?
It began with three knocks. I don’t know much else, just that: it began with three knocks. Then the realisation of something massive beginning to move, laboriously, overhead. Swish…Slowly, from left to right. Swish…right back to left. Swish…again returning to the right; each time feeling a little closer at… Read More 19 – A Life Lived Through Stories: The Pendulum