Monthly Archives: November 2011

Everybody’s free (to be freelance)

It’s approaching eight months since I gave up my office job and became a freelancer. For lots of people, I think, the freelance life is one of the big attractions of becoming a writer – I know it was for … Continue reading

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The Slow Train

When is it good to write slowly? I’ve talked about NaNoWriMo a few times on here. This is because I do think it’s really valuable to let go of your inner editor and write like the wind. Especially if you … Continue reading

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Pre-publication Paranoia

As a soon-to-be-published writer, people often ask me: what’s it like waiting for your book to come out? Actually, that’s not true at all. No one often asks me anything, and never this. But people do ask, ‘When’s the book … Continue reading

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