Ten Scary Reasons Why Writers Need to Put Down the Cookies and Exercise

Writing is often such a sedentary occupation. And it’s not just writing, but any job that requires you to sit staring at your screen for X number of hours a day, staring at a bright screen and tapping little square keys with letters and numerals on them. People, our bodies were not made for this. But…

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A Brave New World? Brexit and the Indie Author

The British people are now languishing in a kind of no man’s land after the in/pot referendum. Until Article 50 is submitted (that is, if it ever is), uncertainty is the order of the day. The result is that folks are now asking themselves what life is going to look like in a post-Brexit Britain.…

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A Quick Saturday Update on the First Medieval Guide Book

This Saturday I am sat here feeling a little bit smug and also a little excited. I am smug because I am way ahead in my schedule for my first draft of Crime and Punishment in Medieval England – an Easy Guidebook For Writers and Readers of Historical Fiction and excited because I have rediscovered enjoying…

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