How Do You Keep Your Feet On The Ground?

I was pleasantly surprised yesterday to see the response to my first blog in some time. Part of me wondered if the blogging community had moved on and I’d been left on the platform, bags packed but nowhere to go. But no, not at all. I received some great responses from blogging friends old andContinue reading “How Do You Keep Your Feet On The Ground?”

Bursting The Bubble

I returned to my current book this week after a two month hiatus where we eyed each other uneasily on a daily basis. I finished the first draft of it in mid-December, over two weeks ahead of schedule, having studiously worked on it every day for three months. When I finish the first draft IContinue reading “Bursting The Bubble”

10 Days To Go…

My new book, ‘The Kirkwood Scott Chronicles: A New Jerusalem,’ is released in ten days time on 06 October and I’ve been writing about my thoughts and feelings as we near the big day. Two days ago I blogged about my anxiety over the release but today I want to focus on a more positiveContinue reading “10 Days To Go…”

I’ve Written A Book. Now What?

Yesterday I started a hard copy edit of my debut novel ‘The Kirkwood Scott Chronicles – Part One – Skelly’s Square.’ Armed with my trusty red pen, I attacked the manuscript with gusto, and more than a little trepidation. What if the printer version revealed a myriad of mistakes which I had failed to detectContinue reading “I’ve Written A Book. Now What?”

The Best Thing About Writing Is The Not Writing Bit

When I decided I wanted to write a novel last summer I naively believed that it would be a reasonably straightforward affair. Get idea – Write Idea down – Send idea off to publishers – Get six figure advance and three book deal – The end. Oh what a silly boy I was. Ever sinceContinue reading “The Best Thing About Writing Is The Not Writing Bit”