I see in today’s paper that Australian research identifies me as a ‘slogger’ – a bloke who would like to work less but needs the
“You may charge me with murder—or want of sense— (We are all of us weak at times): But the slightest approach to a false pretence
I was occupied in those delicate rural pastimes which give us country folk our reputation for sensitivity and finer feelings while thinking about tonight’s post.
This piece is, strictly speaking, aimed at authors eschewing the traditional publishing path and facing up to the parts that traditional publishing was supposed to
As you’ve probably noticed by now, subconscious processes are a big part of the extreme pantser’s writing life. That can be… interesting, when you consider
Now we’ve reached the part of the book that governs whether readers will be saying “wow”, “meh”, or “ho-hum”. Obviously, “wow” is the reaction you