Hello There? I’m Back

My routine has been shot to hell due to various disruptions; ranging from a funeral to a nasty illness in which I slept for five days straight. It's bee about a week since we've gotten back and I'm beginning to chisel back some form of routine. Today I tackled the muddle that is the resolution of … Continue reading Hello There? I’m Back

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A Bit Of A Catch Up

I am slowly returning to the world of the living. Despite spending the majority of the day either coughing or sneezing my brain is creaking into gear. I'm continuing to write down descriptions of locations using sound, sight, smell, taste and feel.  Since I last updated I've written seven locations, 1133 words. Today's Word Count 521

Creating Order From Chaos

It only actually took about and hour and a half to compile a solid plot outline from the numerous scene breakdowns I've written over the past year or so. Feeling happily confident I can get back on with writing now. I'll extract the good parts of previous drafts, revise and redraft until I'm somewhat content.   Today's wordcount … Continue reading Creating Order From Chaos

Writing from Experience

I'm  working on sending a submission to Horror Tree under the  headline Ghosts on Drugs. A nasty bout of depression which stole my motivation, which meant I missed the deadline for my novel. The computer is a bit of a scary place now, it's a place where I fail to write my novel. My laptop is … Continue reading Writing from Experience

Getting My Writing Mojo Back

Whether it's a tempory high or a sign that this current  haze of anxiety and depression is passing, my motivation is back with a vengeance.  There are lists upon lists of things I want to write, make and fix. One terrifying task looming on the horizon is the dreaded driving test.  I am straddling the … Continue reading Getting My Writing Mojo Back

Day Two in The Mountains

Hotel Armin, Selva Val Gardena 27th June 2016, 11.55pm The problem with describing mountains is, I have very little context. Mountains of this scale should be far in the distance. Looking to my left, from the hotel balcony, a huge craggy mountain stands proud. The flat top looks no higher than a sky scrapper. I'm … Continue reading Day Two in The Mountains