This post is part of the Insecure Writers Support Group set up by Alex Cavanaugh and is again a day late, so apologies Alex. Yesterday I was having an emotional breakdown, but us writers do tend to have those days don’t we? Anyway, this month I have realised that I need to get off my […]
Success, Failure and the Drive to Keep Creating
I’m a day late with my Insecure Writers Support Group post and I apologise for that. I think I must be taking a bit of a mental break after the whole April A to Z challenge thing. Anyway, I’m obviously feeling insecure – I’m out on submission. We all love rejection right! So, instead of […]
Brilliant Books – A Writers Inspiration or Nemesis?
This post fills a duel role. It is part of the A to Z blogging challenge, but as it’s also the first Wednesday of the month, it’s time for Alex Cavanaugh’s Insecure Writers Support Group (ISWG). A monthly blog hop where writers talk about their insecurities or shout from the rooftops about how great the […]
What Do You Do When Your Novel Is Out On Submission?
As a writer, what do you do when your novel is out on submission? The immediate answer should naturally be – Write the next thing/keep writing. What if the novel out on submission is the first in a series? That’s the place I’m currently in. The work that is out on submission is […]
How Do You Research For Novel Writing?
Today’s post comes to you courtesy of Alex Cavanaugh’s Insecure Writers Support Group. The monthly blog hop that has writers supporting and also writing out their fears. As my first novel goes out on submission, I’ve started working on the second in the series. This novel needs a lot more research doing than […]
Make November A Happy One
This post is November’s Insecure Writers Support Group post. A group created by Alex Cavanaugh. You can find sign up details by clicking on the link. You will also find a list of other bloggers signed up to the challenge that are worth checking out. Once a month we all post our thoughts, fears or words […]