I’ve been using data to identify the best place and time to write. The results were surprising…
Some of you have been asking about my writing process. Here it is, warts and all.
Last week I spent most of the week in London. I had three objectives: To attend London Book Fair, meet some other authors and learn some new stuff about writing and publishing. To go to WordCamp London, meet up with some of my WordPress friends and learn about what’s hot in WordPress circles right now. […]
The first draft of my #novelinaweek is written – would you like to read it early?
The finishing line is in sight! Track my progress and see if I make it.
Cats, boxes, radioactive decay and the Shipping Forecast – what is many worlds theory, anyway?
Things are looking bad for poor Alex Strand. But what is the Darkest Hour?
How do I get my ideas? The way Melanie Griffiths did in Working Girl, or via Sigourney Weaver’s method? Find out here.
It’s now Wednesday, and I’m more than a third of the way into my #novelinaweek. This is often the point at which I falter when writing a novel. The story has been set up, the characters have been introduced, and the protagonist has to start reacting to events. She’s not being proactive yet – that […]
Writing about the multiverse means I get to build lots and lots of worlds – yay!