I tend to post my crafting on Instagram, these days, but it takes up so much of my life/keeps me … Continue Reading The Golden Herringbone Cape
Doing some swatching for a new garment which will be either a ruana wrap or something with kimono style sleeves, … Continue Reading Weaving Diary: swatching and clasping some Silk Garden
I was delighted to be invited by Stephen Campbell to be on his podcast, Crimefiction.fm and, despite feeling decidedly odd being ‘on … Continue Reading As Long As She Lives on Crimefiction.fm!
If you follow me on social media you’ll know that I’ve been up and around again for a couple of … Continue Reading Getting deeper with Subtext, the #StoryCraft Podcast.
I LOVE having an editor – it’s such a luxury to be able to talk about the detail of my … Continue Reading As Long As She Lives Update: Gone Editin’
It’s been almost a month since I completed the serialized re-write of As Long As She Lives and in an attempt to stop myself picking up the manuscript and fiddling, before I receive my editor’s first notes, I’ve given some … Continue Reading 5 things I’ve learned from Wattpad (so far)
Chapter 24 is up FictionPress and Wattpad! Once again it’s 3 a.m. as I finish – I really do seem to be a … Continue Reading As Long As She Lives, Ch 24 posted!
Those who are still awaiting chapter 24 of As Long As She Lives or who were used to seeing my … Continue Reading On Writing and Anxiety or: Where’s Chapter 24?
So, I’ve missed my initial chapter 22 deadline 😦 and I have to admit that I’ve been a little burned … Continue Reading On Missing Deadlines, Monet, and the Melbourne Writer’s Festival
I have a policy about not blogging my own writing advice because, frankly, there are so many courses a serious … Continue Reading On structure, plot and “formula”
Hello Storycrafters! It’s the first weekend of the month, so that means that Kim and I will be on Twitter this Sunday at 6pm US Eastern time for our newly monthly chat! We are both looking forward to a great … Continue Reading #Storycraft Chat in Two Days!
A discussion on Wattpad, this morning, got me thinking about the process of serializing As Long As She Lives and … Continue Reading Two things I’ve learned from serializing my work in progress.
Hello #Storycrafters! @Story-Craft passed 1000 followers, this week, and I’ve had a little time in the hotel, today, before returning to the … Continue Reading World Map of the first 1000 #Storycraft-ers!
We all know that the best way to teach is to engage and entertain with the material – this book … Continue Reading How Not to Write a Novel, H. Mittelmark and S. Newman
For those who don’t know, Wil Wheaton does a regular vodcast called “Tabletop” in which he gets friends – usually gamers, but sometimes first timers – to play tabletop (i.e., non-video) games with him. Some games are more traditional … Continue Reading Writing Lesson from Wil Wheaton and a Role Playing Game?
K.M. Weiland reminds us to be careful not to betray our readers in pursuit of a shocking twist!