Simply Does It Today is a good day. A simply good day. Because in the life of a writer, any day where the writing flows, is one which lifts our hearts, and makes us feel so much better. I have spent my whole adult life trying to find a way to fit it all in, so that I can feel good about more days than … Continue reading How I Increased My Writing Output By Over 800% In A Year!
Hello, and thank you for agreeing to be interviewed for my blog. Can you please tell us a little about how you became a writer? I’ve always had it in me, but it took Fifty Shades to spur me into action. Truthfully? I read it and thought it was dreadful. I don’t judge those who like it, it’s just not for me. But it made … Continue reading Interview With Author T.L Clark
Hello Amir, and thank you for agreeing to be interviewed for my blog. Your story sounds really interesting Amir. Can you please tell me about your journey and your life in exile? I was only nine when my mother rushed me out of school to board a plane for Italy. It was the beginning of the Iranian Revolution, the beginning of my exile. From there, … Continue reading Author Interview With Amir Bavar
Sometimes, quite unexpectedly, you meet someone either online or in person who has a great vibe. By that, I don’t mean that you are physically attracted to them, or want a relationship with them. But what I do mean is that they have a great heart, personality, charisma or some other attribute that makes them likeable. Last week I came across a character just … Continue reading Captain Beany – A Man On A Mission
We probably all know what our everyday values are. But do you know what your writing values are? Some of us might never have thought about them, simply just writing when we can. But not thinking about them could be quite an expensive mistake. The reality is that we need to care about them. By caring about them we should have better results. Do … Continue reading How To Treat Your Inner Writer
During the night, here in England, there was a devastating fire at Grenfell Tower in Ladbroke Grove, London. Today (as I write this on Weds 14th June), there was shock and disbelief at how such a terrible thing could happen. Each news station was running the story almost constantly throughout the day. All asking the same sort of questions. Everyone wanted to know why, or … Continue reading How The News Can Help You To Write