20 December, 2013 § Leave a comment
As writers we agonise over our plot, our charaters, whether we’ve got the right dialogue, if we’re consistent in our timeline, and much much more.
We think writing is difficult.
And it is.
And this is why it’s not:
If we want to be published, there’s so much more to do and the true writer stays the course through all the edits and decisions to reap the rewards – often not monetary or fame but pride and satisfaction in seeing our book in print.
What’s the toughest part about the writing journey for you?
18 November, 2013 § 2 Comments
If you have not read Doris, you have missed out on one of the best British authors of the century.
We have lost a wonderful writer yet she has left an enduring legacy.
Doris had a remarkable talent and I’d recommend grabbing one of her works, enjoying it, then studying it. Your writing will thank you for it.