Trying to work out whether I want to strike out into the outside world after lockdown, and finding out that I don’t, and have, to my surprise turned into quite the hermit.
writers block can be a real issue for anyone who writes, whether that’s books, articles, blogs, or talks. Anything that involves you having to translate the myriad wonders of your mind, into simple words that you can put on a page is bound to be tricky isn’t it?
this book will make you laugh, and give a sigh of relief that you aren't the clumsiest and scattiest person in the world after all.
Now I am not sure how much thought was put into my list (I cannot remember, thank you perimenopause), but the first thing that stuck me, which I am sure you will question also, is that I only managed to think of eighteen things to put on my list
Here is the all new and improved Laughing at Myself, a collection of stories about the times life makes you look like an idiot, and how to survive the embarrassment cover.
My new post 'Receiving Reviews' is about the first reviews of your new book, product or service. Was all that work worth it? Will they like it?
Other authors are not your competition, your measuring stick, or a reason not to write. They can be your inspiration, and your teachers.This is exactly what David Sedaris and Barbara Comys did for me.
Book cover design can be surprisingly controversial, you only have to pop into any writer’s forum to see people asking "which do you like best of these three cover options?"
Sometimes the universe brings people into your life, and they act to help bring clarity, motivation, and learning into your life, all of which takes life in a new and exciting direction.