Monthly Archives: April 2022

‘Perfect never gets published’

‘Perfect never gets published’ was the most motivating advice I read, in the last couple of years. And the more I think about it—it’s definitely true. I procrastinated, for about a decade, about publishing my completed manuscript (A Charming Bequest) … Continue reading

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English is a language that evolves, but…

This post’s content is slightly tongue in cheek, but it will resonate with some people. Perhaps it’s my age, and that’s why I’m less tolerant of poor English usage (and I’m no saint), but there are several dreadful commonly used … Continue reading

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Procrastination, lacks confidence, or what?

Sharing my experiences with my fellow writers: About a decade ago, I settled down in November and bashed out 2500-3,500 words a day, having read about NaNoWriMo, before going on a booked holiday, which provided a deadline. I had a … Continue reading

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