Writerly Navel-Gazing ~ Week 16: Question 15

Forever late. Forever behind. Forever apologetic. This time I actually have a pretty good excuse, but I'll leave that for another blog post... Part of the 30 Week Writing Challenge. Click here to view all questions. 15. Midway question! Tell us about a writer you admire, professional or not. I harp on all the time about my … Continue reading Writerly Navel-Gazing ~ Week 16: Question 15

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Of Gingernut Biscuits and Pirate Doubloons

First of all, I must apologise for the fact that I am now behind by a week in my 30 Week Writing Challenge. This is because Question 9 is a hefty one and I can't just bash the answer out in five minutes. I need to actually sit down and make the time to answer it … Continue reading Of Gingernut Biscuits and Pirate Doubloons

Berrow and Goodacre’s Annual Writing Retreat Part II: The Hermits Emerge

Click here to read Part I. Thus the Writing Retreat has come to an end, and K.F. Goodacre and I must return to our day jobs. I must confess, my level of productivity paled in comparison to that of K.F. Goodacre, who's been slashing words from her book baby as though editing were some form … Continue reading Berrow and Goodacre’s Annual Writing Retreat Part II: The Hermits Emerge

Writing Retreats and Adventures in Late-Night Baking

Today marked the first day of Berrow and Goodacre's second annual Writing Retreat. The idea is that each year, my writing partner and I hole ourselves away in a room, knuckle down to business and bash out a few thousand words without the distractions of work, family, friends and boyfriends luring us away from our desks. … Continue reading Writing Retreats and Adventures in Late-Night Baking