Friday, 18 May 2012

Guest Post: How do you measure writing?

Ashley Nixon: Guest Post: Zoe Harrington: A big thank you to you, Ashley, for allowing me this slot on your blog! I knew what I wanted to say as soon as you offered; it was a pos...

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Monday, 14 May 2012

#WriCha: July Writing Challenge

Hey, hey, hey!

So, I promised something special in July to make up for my absence in the next two months. I wracked my brains and came across something that had been sitting there for a while. An idea involving prompts. That's all it was. Not any more! I opened a word document and started writing prompts, then I limited the amount to 10 and started some bullet points on what my 'big gift' would entail.

#WriCha was born!
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Monday, 7 May 2012

Interview: Brian Harrison

Brian Harrison is author of Primetime; a novel based on true events that deals with becoming a small-town celebrity and all that entails. You can find Brian on Twitter (@Brian_AHarrison,) Facebook or his blog. You can buy his book on Amazon US or Amazon UK.

Below is my interview with him.


Me: Tell us a little about yourself.
Brian: I've been working grocery for over ten years now and have worked nearly every position except meat cutter. I have gone through half of my graduate degree in English but

Friday, 4 May 2012

Writing update #3

*Peers round at everyone*
Hey! Um, so I haven't updated you in nearly a month...
But I'm here to update you now! So, sit back with your drink and read.

I finished writing my novelette around a week after my last writing update. It finished at approximately 1,000 words. I was, am, so happy to see it finished. Alas, this is just the beginning of the journey. After finishing a first draft it's best to let it sit for a while. That 'while' can be as long as a writer needs. During this time