Wait! This is not turning into a cat-thread. It’s a one-off, I swear! Let me explain…
We’re currently looking after a cat for one of our daughters but had to spend Christmas in the UK. So we asked a friend to cat-sit. After a few days, text messages began to arrive from the cat. Clearly, she was writing a diary and sending it to us, her “pride.” I share these with you…
Diary of a Sour Puss
Today’s post is a departure – a guest post from I.O. Kirkwood – but still within my “How to get Published” series theme. IO is a rising writer with a refreshing viewpoint. She, too was an unpublished writer until recently. Now read on…
WRITE, DARE, SUBMIT
Since the age of 12, in almost 32 years, I have written over one-hundred beefy novels of complete crapola.
That’s ten million words, folks. I have authored my own Encyclopedia Crappanica, and I mean the umpteen-volume-set that requires a magnifying glass to read the entries. I don’t regret a single word (as long as they remain unread) because those ten million beauties reached critical mass in 2013.
Other people have a swifter learning curve than me: Continue reading
Over the past few months, I have worked with an excellent team of writers to produce the science fiction series, “No Revolution Is Too Big“. Each part is written by a different author in a “shared world” approach, based around the adventures of a particular alien. We all pursued this alien across time and space in our own particular styles and produced a remarkably varied set of adventures. Continue reading