Why My Writing Life Feels Full of Bird Cages #Writer #AmWriting #Writer

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This post is a bit weird. Hang in there, reader. I am hoping this writer stage, which I am labelling as the ‘bird cage‘ stage is common. I have four draft books, possibly five. I also have a collection of short stories. This year I have worked so hard on writing, fine tuning and rewriting all […]

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Job Description: The Writer’s Teenage Offspring #WritersLife #Writers

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Job: Vacancy: The Writer’s Teenage Offspring About The Role:  An exciting opportunity has arisen for a teenager to help support their writer parent throughout their literary journey. Hours: Can vary each week and will be dependent upon: Hormone levels of the teenager (and their female writer parent). The state of the teenager’s bedroom. Teenage skin […]

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Why #Writers Need Stubborn Hearts #AmWriting #MyStubbornWriterHeart ❤️

During a moment of writing frustration last week I fell into the soothing and comforting arms of Pinterest. After some rapid pinning action and a few scrolls I found this image. As I stared at the quote, I clutched a large glass of wine and wedged a giant slab of chocolate into my mouth (nearly […]

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10 Signs Your Book Is Ready To Come Out Of You #MondayBlogs #ASMSG #Writing

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I have experienced many challenging writer situations in my time; getting so emotional whilst writing the death of a character that I could no longer see the laptop screen, failing to control my obsession with clichés, struggling to keep a lid on a fictional character crush and fighting a powerful urge to dance in the […]

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