2020 Writing Goals – Mid-year Check-in

At the start of this year, some writer friends and I chose a word as the theme for the coming 12 months. Mine was LEARN. With everything that’s gone on in the past few months, I’ve been doing a fair amount of learning, not just about writing but life in general. Learning how to make workContinue reading “2020 Writing Goals – Mid-year Check-in”

Writing Update – 18 May 2020

Does anyone else feel like time is passing at twice its usual speed lately? I don’t know. I’m finding it all very confusing, and I can’t believe it’s been two weeks since my last post! I’ve been doing some work on the A More Complicated Fairytale book description. When I was doing Bryan Cohen’s five-day AmazonContinue reading “Writing Update – 18 May 2020”

Sunday Summary – May 03

How can it be May already? After March dragged on forever, April seemed to be gone in the blink o an eye! In spite of everything, April was a pretty good month in Chez Wrayburn. Working from home kicked in, which took away a lot of the stress we’had been feeling about having to stillContinue reading “Sunday Summary – May 03”

2020 Writing Goals – April Check-in

At the start of this year, some writer friends and I chose a word as the theme for the coming 12 months. Mine was LEARN. Now the start of the year feels like a million years ago, but actually, I’ve been ticking things off on this list more so than I thought. That’s why check-inContinue reading “2020 Writing Goals – April Check-in”

#WeWriWa // #8sunday 08 – February 16, 2020

Welcome to Weekend Writing Warriors, where writers share 8-10 sentences from their WIP for from a current writing project, published or unpublished, then visit other participants and offer opinions, critiques, support. Apologies for my lack of engagement with you all over the last couple of weeks, first not returning any comments, then not being here at allContinue reading “#WeWriWa // #8sunday 08 – February 16, 2020”

#WeWriWa // #8sunday 07 – February 02, 2020

Welcome to Weekend Writing Warriors, where writers share 8-10 sentences from their WIP for from a current writing project, published or unpublished, then visit other participants and offer opinions, critiques, support. This week, I’ve continued working on a submission for Cantina Publishing’s Silk & Steel: An Adventure Anthology of Queer Ladies. I finished the second draft,Continue reading “#WeWriWa // #8sunday 07 – February 02, 2020”

#WeWriWa // #8sunday 06 – January 19, 2020

Welcome to Weekend Writing Warriors, where writers share 8-10 sentences from their WIP for from a current writing project, published or unpublished, then visit other participants and offer opinions, critiques, support. I just realised that my last 4 WWW posts have all had a “03” at the start because I forgot I was numbering them. BackContinue reading “#WeWriWa // #8sunday 06 – January 19, 2020”

#WeWriWa // #8sunday 03 – January 12, 2020

Welcome to Weekend Writing Warriors, where writers share 8-10 sentences from their WIP for from a current writing project, published or unpublished, then visit other participants and offer opinions, critiques, support. This week, I’ve continued working on a submission for Cantina Publishing’s Silk & Steel: An Adventure Anthology of Queer Ladies. It’s been giving me someContinue reading “#WeWriWa // #8sunday 03 – January 12, 2020”

#WeWriWa // #8sunday 03 – January 05, 2020

Welcome to Weekend Writing Warriors, where writers share 8-10 sentences from their WIP for from a current writing project, published or unpublished, then visit other participants and offer opinions, critiques, support. I went on a bit of an unofficial/unintended hiatus from blogging in the last 6 weeks or so of 2019, but I’m back now. IContinue reading “#WeWriWa // #8sunday 03 – January 05, 2020”

2020 Writing Goals

It’s a new year, and while new year is kind of an arbitrary thing, I admit I like arbitrary new start feelings. It is a good time to look back and look forward. I’ve got some big goals for my writing this year. It’s not just about writing, but about all the other things thatContinue reading “2020 Writing Goals”