I said before that there might be one more author interview, and there is, and what a whopper to go out on. Today I give you, the truly fantastic, utterly prolific author, huge supporter of fellow writers, Zodiac queen and twitter mogul Terry Tyler. I am genuinely honoured to host her and her recent book release The House Of York. You can find Terry on: Twitter, Blog or Amazon. [Read more…] about Interview with Author Terry Tyler
This week we have Kevin Morris, who takes the honour of being the last formal author interview, next week we may have a guest interview running along these lines, but for now, this brings an end to the author interviews. I want to thank everyone who took the time to participate and share their world wisdom with me. I have learnt loads from you all. I am still open to the occasional guest blogs/posts, but I am putting a pause on these author interviews temporarily whilst I focus on getting novels written. Without further ado, I welcome Kevin.
You can find him on his website and amazon. [Read more…] about Interview With Author Kevin Morris
As I said before one of my favourite writing procrastinations is the Six Word Memoir website. It does what it says on the tin and asks you to write a memoir or story in six words. So I challenge you to do the same, right here, right now, and I will post it with next weeks Writespiration. While your at it, why not post on their website too?
My author interviews are drawing to a close, we have less than a month left of these posts and I’m not sure yet what I will do about replacing them. But, to this week, I am thrilled to have Charles E Yallowitz as my author interview. Charles is a huge supporter of fellow authors, please do go check him out. You can find him on his blog: Legends of Windermere, his website Charles E. Yallowitz, his amazon author page Amazon Author Page, Facebook and finally Twitter. [Read more…] about Interview with Author Charles E Yallowitz
Well, reading, watching TV and my interests are the same way. I wish more than anything reading wasn’t included in that and that I read a little, consistently, everyday but I don’t have time and thats why my TBR pile is over 200 high. So what do I do?
I sit for hours and zone out, ogling whatever the latest TV series is and indulge in episode after episode until I am so saturated with the programme or book series that I actually have to readjust when I put it down! When I’ve talked about this kind of behaviour before, there’s seemed to be a bit of stigmatism around the act of binge indulgence. I get it. It’s not productive in terms of life admin and chores, and it does brew a bit of laziness, but you know what? When I thought about it I realised that actually, it’s a kind of helpful thing to do as a writer. [Read more…] about Confessions from a Serial Binger – 4 Reasons Writers Need to Binge