I’m just nearing the end of writing an article about a superb new British movie which tackles islamophobia. The film is called Freesia (you can watch the trailer here if you’re interested) and I’ve been privileged to see the whole thing. Despite the understated, non-melodramatic and sensitive handling from the director, Conor Ibrahiem, the film… Read More First World Writer Problems 1: Don’t want to start, don’t want to finish
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?
Recently, I read a newsletter from a woman who runs a blog for writers. She talked about a forthcoming post a guest-blogger wrote about how marathon-running tips could be applied to writing. It was one of the metaphorical “what kindergarten taught me about business” types of post which are currently very popular on the net.… Read More A thought about Pitches