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Building the Writing Muscle

There may be days when it’s an incredible feat to write more than a few passable lines. Other days, for some inexplicable reason, the words flow out in a steady stream bringing a huge sensation of relief. For many years … Continue reading

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The kids got me on to this, and initially I thought yes that’s fun, but what’s the point? How wrong I was. The point is, that as a particularly visual writer, who thinks of scenes rather than chapters, being able … Continue reading

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Any Which Way You Walk

Walking and thinking go hand-in-hand – certainly if you walk alone, which I usually do most days. You can walk to escape an argument, to change stagnant energy, to mull over a difficult situation, or to day dream. The latter … Continue reading

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