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Madeleine D’Este asked me some questions over at Write Through the Roof, and I tried to provide answers that did not suck.
Despatches from KSP – Day 14: How to Commit Critique
Well, this will be my last Despatch from KSP! Tomorrow I head home to Brisneyland and my normal life. I’m looking forward to
I’ve written before about rejections and how to handle the dent they make in your self-esteem, and I think it’s advice that bears revisiting from time to time. One thing any writer
Travel is the great discombobulator.
We are taken out of our normal environment, sundered from our daily routines. Our habits, we find, are no longer easy. This can make us grumpy: we go
Over at the Queensland Writers Centre WQ Magazine, I talk about my Top Five Tips for Believable Characters.
Characters: we love them, we hate them, sometimes we want to be them, but the most important thing is that, no matter how
… I talk Networking.
Specifically, I offer my top five tips for navigating the minefield that is networking as a writer.
“Networking” isn’t a dirty word. Unfortunately, sometimes it feels dirty. Some writers will tell you that the entire idea of networking dilutes or
… here’s a really interesting and useful post on whether or not you do, or should, write every day. Thanks to A.M. Rycroft for this one.