I set myself the goal of reading and reviewing 52 writing guides over the year. Here is book 29. I didn't know this one was on my Kindle until it popped up one day during NaNoWriMo and I spent several minutes making sure it hadn't slipped on there un-ordered by myself. However, the Amazon page … Continue reading 52 books in 52 weeks: Jill Mansell’s A-Z of Happiness
On Saturday I attended a crime writing workshop in Nottingham. The course was called "Researching and Writing the Perfect Murder", and it was being led by Stuart Gibbon and Stephen Booth. This is a workshop the two of them do together several times throughout the year - or it is at the moment. The workshop was … Continue reading Writers’ Workshop: Researching and Writing the Perfect Murder
For the third year running, I tackled NaNoWriMo, making it a priority instead of an also-ran. For the third year running, I tackled it using Scrivener. For the third year running, I won! Of a fashion ... I'd like to say I think I've cracked it, but it was still very, very hard work. It … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2017 – so how was it for you?