Another eight endcaps in the bag, in just under half an hour less time than before. This isn’t because I’m getting faster it’s because three of the endcaps in this batch just…work. I could add more to them but all it would be is waffle so, after consulting Marguerite who reminded me that trusting myself […]
Day one is done. Day one has also been extremely educational. What I’m doing is stripping the stuff about the stories out of each endcap and rebuilding it. So, if there’s one about maritime horror (It’s me, trust me there’s one about maritime horror.) then the discussion of the story is removed and replaced
As of tomorrow, I’m on NanoJourno time. As I talked about earlier in the month, I don’t want to do long form fiction because, for me, fiction is a zero sum game at the moment. So instead, and because much like MC Frontalot I remain bound for the high road even though it looks
A few years ago I wrote a novel. I like it, quite a lot actually, because it’s exactly the sort of thing I would write if I wrote a novel. The protagonists are a pragmatic female detective, a peppery male journalist and a dutiful, if reluctant and put upon big guy. It’s set in York.