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Writing Challenge Entries #7

Writing challenge entries

It’s with sadness tinged with a little excitement that I say this is my last weekly writing summary for a few weeks. I am cutting my posts down in order to focus on finishing my novel. But I will store up any challenges I complete and do a bumper post at the end of next month.

Esther Newton my wonderful tutor has a weekly writing challenge, last week her challenge was: There’s scope for you to write a longer story (a length of your own choosing) but it must feature the following words: ‘obstinate’, ‘lemon’, ‘diabolical’, ‘guzzling’ and ‘suave’.

Here’s my entry: (more…)

Writespiration #37

#37

If you find yourself inspired, jot a poem, a few words, a sentence or even story, in fact, anything that comes to you, and I will post it with next weeks Writespiration.

Heres Mine: (more…)

Writing Challenge Entries #6

Writing challenge entries

Another week gone by means another weeks worth of writing challenges.

Esther’s challenge this week was to: Write a ten-word story, using the words ‘bamboozled’, ‘banoffee’, ‘Horatio’, ‘afro’ and ‘twerk’.

here’s my entry: (more…)

Author Interview With Geoff Le Pard

Geoff Le Pard

Interview slots are now closed until September 1st, when I am opening the slots up for author book release and promotions.

Geoff is one of my favourite bloggers. I had the pleasure of meeting Geoff… actually  I can’t remember how, but I am sure he can tell me, he has an astonishing capacity for remembering… well, everything actually. He tells fascinating tales of his and his families history on his blog… He also gives teasers for his books, blogs a novel in instalments. He is also a prolific weekly writing challengee, and without trying to give him a big head, he really is rather witty and a real advocate for the writing community, you simply must go look…

You can find Geoff on his blog or on twitter, and I strongly recommend you do go find him.

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Writespiration #36

#36

Write a story, a few words, a sentence, a poem, anything you like, post below and I will post it with next weeks Writespiration.

Here’s mine: (more…)

Writing Challenge Entries #5

Writing challenge entries

I have no idea how another week has gone by, time seems to slip through my fingers at the moment. Here is my weekly round up of writing challenge submissions, which is one short this week. Sorry Keith, if anyone fancies a writing challenge, he always has a wonderful picture to inspire :). (more…)

Interview with Author Anthony Schiavino

Anthony Schiavino

Interview slots are now closed until September 1st, when I am opening the slots up for author book release and promotions (i.e. without the interview).

I am pleased to present an interview with Anthony:

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Writespiration #35

Writespiration #35

Every so often, I like to get out of my comfort zone and do something a little different. This is one of  those weeks…. something I hope will be a little uncomfortable, and somewhat thought provoking…

The world, as well as brimming with life, beauty and discovery is also full of disaster and tragedy. I don’t want this to be a negative post, so I will try instead, to be reflective… (more…)

Writing Challenge Entries #5

Writing challenge entries

Another week flown by… My weeks are merging into one, dissolving in a mess of words sleepless nights and anxiety. But nonetheless I have completed the usual challenges

First up, Esther’s weekly writing challenge, this week was even harder than last week: This week’s challenge is for a ten-word story, using the words ‘Easter’, ‘bucket’ and ‘cat’. (more…)

Interview with Author Michael Harwood

Michael Harwood

If you would like to be featured in an author interview, drop me a line.

I had the pleasure of meeting Michael through my interview with V G Lee a few weeks ago. I am really delighted to present a fellow LGBT writer Michael Harwood. (more…)