I’d like to make a big shout out to a few wonderful people who have helped me hone, Crow’s Song, BEFORE it went to the Editor.
Many thanks for reading the first draft, along with the wonderful advice and ‘Where’s Wally’ skills detecting missing words, details, and inconsistencies. Some glaring mistakes too – as always after working on getting the words […]
I’ve returned to university to do an English paper on poetry and prose. I hope to improve my writing.
I hadn’t written poetry before, so it was a bit of a shock to be confronted with assignments that involved being poetic! If you know me, you’ll understand I’m just about anything else but! It turned out to be fun and here […]
I took two pages of the draft text for my next new book.
Working title, Crow’s Nest, and decided to hone it down to basics. This is what I ended up with!
No one noticed, but suddenly the crickets and birds fell ominously silent. Only the faint summer breeze gently moved into the lounge, making the heavy drapes sashay across the carpet, […]
On Friday morning I sat in a cafe for a couple of hours writing my next book – working title:
Today is Sunday and I’ve nailed down 9,000 words. The plot is a combo of WWII historical fiction and romantic suspense – a story of love and hope contrasted with war, destruction and deprivation.
My parents were teenagers during the […]