It’s Our House

Ever wondered what it's like to be a series writer? For me, writing the next-book-in-series is a little like moving to a new house. Same neighbourhood, different street. The location is the same, but the neighbours to either side of you and your housemates have changed. While your external surroundings echo with the familiar, your... Continue Reading →

Learning To Walk

A year ago yesterday, I began writing Resurgence as part of the April CampNanoWrimo challenge. And now here I am again, 2180 words into writing the second book, Rebellion, in what has become the Blood Of The Custodians series.

A Journey Begins With 200,000 Words

“Perfectionism is a mean, frozen form of idealism, while messes are the artist’s true friend. What people somehow (inadvertently, I’m sure) forgot to mention when we were children was that we need to make messes in order to find out who we are and why we are here — and, by extension, what we’re supposed... Continue Reading →

Life In Fragments

With the eldest daughter moved back home (and still jobless) and the youngest back from boarding school for a two week term break, along with the man working from home to be nearer to the sites he’s overseeing, each day has felt like someone has scooped up a handful of confetti and tossed it up... Continue Reading →

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