A Change is as Good as a Rest

Fruitful ways Things have gone a bit quiet here on this blog over the last month or so, just when I'd got my mojo going and content was flying out pretty regularly. I'd written posts on making time, and how small bits (aka activities) make big bits over time with perseverance. But since the 'day job' revved … Continue reading A Change is as Good as a Rest

‘Walk a Mile in Someone Else’s Shoes’

  Understanding and empathetic Writing my novella series about a fictional high-end shoe shop, which has drawn a number of clients with colourful pasts, I'm reminded of the phrase 'Walk a Mile in Someone Else's Shoes.' It tells us that before we leap in and judge others we must learn to be understanding and empathetic … Continue reading ‘Walk a Mile in Someone Else’s Shoes’

‘Riding the Bus’ Unblocking Writer’s Block, Part Two

Another question In my previous post on this subject, I spoke about the need to identify problems in our writing which, with or without external factors, might well be the cause of writer's block. I focused on asking the question 'Why is this?' and 'What exactly is the problem?' Once these questions have been answered … Continue reading ‘Riding the Bus’ Unblocking Writer’s Block, Part Two