B.R.A.G. Medallion® – what’s that? In the large sea of self/independently published work, there is a lot of flotsam and jetsam and not all of it is worth picking up. How to tell? Well, IndieBRAG, a privately held organization has brought together a large group of readers, both individuals and members of book clubs, located [...]
Today, I’m on author Jessica Bell’s blog as an “Artist Unleashed” with a guest post “Write What You Really Really Want”.
I hope you’ll visit and read a little more about my writing motivation.
But the treasure of Jessica’s blog is the gorgeous bubble girl…
Alison Morton is the author of Roma Nova [...]
I don’t get ranty very often, but the anti-rant barrier broke this morning as I listened to the mouthings on Yesterday in Parliament on BBCRadio 4.
The Olympic Games security plan looks poorly planned and executed, so further military personnel have been brought in to help.
Several points: Thank goodness we have professional, well-disciplined forces [...]
Overwhelmed. An over-used word. But I am.
Thank you for all the interest nearly 200 of you have shown in the past 24 hours and are still showing in my blog, especially on the Filofax Flex. A special thank you to those shared by leaving a comment.
I hope you found it useful/enlightening/informative. Or even [...]
On my Arvon Foundation course in early October, we had a workshop on characterisation led by Mavis Cheek and Paul Sussman. They showed us how well we must get to know our main character(s) if we want to ensure they are fully-developed. Ask them questions!
Here are a few they suggested… 1. What is your [...]