This is the follow up post from my post a month ago about Schools Day at the Tamar Valley Writers Festival. I have so much to write about this weekend, I almost don't know where to start! I attended seven sessions: Learning to Fly: Emerging Authors Garments of Time: the many Guises of History Numbers … Continue reading The Tamar Valley Writers Festival
This is the third in the series my novel-writing journey. You can read the first two posts here: On Inspiration and here: On Research. As I writer, I am also a reader, and among the many many books I read, of course, are the books on writing, and of course there are many different methods of … Continue reading A Novel’s Writing
I’m a little bit excited, because this week on the blog I’m interviewing a fellow historical author – Barbara Gaskell Denvil! Barbara’s latest book ‘Fair Weather’ has just been released and she’s come over to have a chat about the book and her writing process. Welcome Barbara! To begin with, can you tell us a … Continue reading Interview – Historical Fiction Author – Barbara Gaskell Denvil
The year draws to an end, and once again it's time for the biggest event on the writer's calendar (well, mine at least). This is the eighth year I've participated in Nanowrimo, though for the second time I'm rebelling, and working on my current historical novel. At 80,000 words, my aim it to have it … Continue reading November = National Novel Writing Month!