From Panser to Plotter

The devil lies in the detail In my last post, I discussed my recent holiday time spent staying with a 'Luddite' friend in the south of England. In this situation I was obliged to take a different approach to my writing tasks, using old fashioned pen and paper rather than my Chromebook, which I normally … Continue reading From Panser to Plotter

On Vacation with a Luddite

Off Grid Several weeks ago, I travelled down from Edinburgh by train, an experience which in itself, taught me a lot of useful lessons about writing and life. The journey, although two and half hours longer than intended, was most definitely worth it in the end, when at last, I arrived at my destination: a beautiful … Continue reading On Vacation with a Luddite

‘A Proactive Approach’ Unblocking Writer’s Block, Part One

Creativity is a precious thing I'm often coming across blog posts about the dreaded writer's block theses days. While it's reassuring to know that as a writer I'm not alone in suffering from this malady from time to time, I also feel saddened to read that many writers suffer from it. Creativity is a precious … Continue reading ‘A Proactive Approach’ Unblocking Writer’s Block, Part One