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Posted: 11.06.19, 19:20:35

So I've had something of a hiatus over the last few months (read nearly a year!), as I had to take a second part-time job. On top of my daily daddy duties, the new combination of late nights and early mornings have made finding the time and focus to write, somewhat difficult. But... My lovely lady has gone and found herself a new job! On its own, that wouldn't make too much of a difference, Read more...

Posted: 19.01.19, 15:04:05

There is a saying, 'a work of art is never finished, just abandoned'. I have to admit I've heard it many times over the last two years, but never really understood it until today. If you've read the book I currently have published on this site, you might, like I did, believe it to be finished.  It's not.  I thought it was (albeit still with a tiny requirement Read more...

Posted: 29.11.18, 00:39:01

The title of this post isn't entirely accurate.  As far as I am aware, writers do not fear writing. What we fear is the exposure writing creates for us.  That probably sounds like a strange fear, but I promise you it's one every writer has faced. Self-doubt is a familiar concept in this age. Whether it's the way we look, the way we speak, the way we dress or the things we do for a living or hobby. We all suffer self-doubt Read more...

Posted: 27.11.18, 12:51:34

Has an idea ever just hit you? So, about two years ago, I was walking with my dogs in a particularly empty part of the New Forest and I heard a noise.  It wasn't anything especially strange, just a cow mooing loudly somewhere out of sight. It was strange because not only could I not see the source of the noise, but I hadn't seen anyone for well over an hour. It was just me, my dogs, the forest and this noise.  At that moment Read more...
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