Monthly Archives: October 2013

Emerging from the background

I’ve never been a person who is comfortable out at the front … and visible. Staying private and ‘invisible’ has sufficed up to now, until I learned that if I don’t emerge from the shadows, I probably won’t get anywhere. … Continue reading

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BST clock change – what will you do with an extra hour?

In the UK today we have an extra hour – in bed, most think. It never works out like that; body clocks need adjustment time! Just try persuading a baby that it’s not getting up time yet. So you could … Continue reading

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When is a MS good enough?

As I understand it, Philip Pullman recently said in an interview that it’s the story that matters, not the spelling and punctuation. I would love to believe him, since I have been struggling to edit my MS without losing my … Continue reading

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Social media muddle

On Monday, this week, I attended a meeting with some other writers to discuss using social media effectively. I have dabbled with social media for a while so I knew a bit about it, but I know I’m not doing … Continue reading

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Writers’ quirks

I love to write. I’ve always loved to write. In fact I always thought I was perhaps born with a pen in my hand. When I was little and given my pocket money, my first stop was always Woolworth’s to … Continue reading

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