Monthly Archives: October 2013

1,200 More Words Written in a Cafe

The photo is Cafe Crema where I wrote another 1,200 words on my novel, The Expulsion, yesterday. And, no, it hasn’t been edited by Wendy & Words yet so any errors are mine. Here are 700 of the words, continued … Continue reading

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From Bank Sacking to Cafe Conflict

As a writer without plan or a structure, I’m always in for a nice surprise when my pen hits the paper. I try, I really do try, to write my stories my way but, every day, my plans are hijacked … Continue reading

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A Novel Starts Itself

In 2009 I was fired from my job as a corporate trainer for a London bank, for blogging that I was working for a London bank. A whole six people read the blog before I could take the post off … Continue reading

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Writing Rule # 10 – Not Writing A Book, Just A Word, Then Another, Then Another …

The most common reason for not actually writing the dream book is that it’s a book … you know, a huge creation with lots of pages, 50,000-100,000 words that take forever to write and the whole project just seems too … Continue reading

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