Writing is scarier than it seems.Read More The Daunting Thrill of Trying Something New
It might be a little early to tell, might it not, since it’s not even January 2nd yet?Read More Did You Break Your New Year’s Writing Resolutions Yet?
What if, this November, you could actually do more?Read More NaNo Day Sixteen: Dreaming Big
Isn’t it too early to think about your next project?Read More NaNo Day Twelve: What Will You Write Next?
Or, how I found my killer in the middle of a sentence in chaper five. (Or was it six?)Read More NaNo Day Eight: Trust the Story
What else will you need to get through this November in one piece?Read More NaNo Prep Checklist
Getting ready for NaNoWriMo 2019, I’ve made the dubious decision of opening the “Noveling Backup” folder in my Drive, and I’ve even started reading an unfinished novel from 2011 I couldn’t remember almost anything about, other than the MC’s name (it’s one of the better ones from my writing past, duh). At the exact same […]Read More Noveling Archives And What (Not) To Do With Them
You don’t have to be a superperson. Nor a fast typist. Nor a ‘professional’ writer, whatever that even means…Read More The Importance of Reaching 40 (k words)
Must have bullets! Must have bullets! Must have… argh, no. I’m writing this on a bleary Friday morning from my favourite couch in Rijeka, Croatia. It’s the second-to-last day on the week in the year when I tend to get overworked the most (a children’s books festival – fun times). My left knee is out […]Read More Third Book is a Go!
I’m almost a full week into my first ever sequel (if you don’t count short story cycles – I first did those in primary school), and I’m kinda sorta actually getting hopeful and having fun? The trick is – I’m writing it for the second time. I’ve had a few thousand words written in it […]Read More From Enemies to Lovers: a Sequel Story in 6 Acts