Have you heard the million words theory?
I often make simple, short term plans for what I want to write, but at the end of last year I decided to do something different. I made a proper business plan for my writing company.
As I uploaded the images for this month’s writing review, I realised that it’s been a whole year since I started this blog. It’s very strange how much has changed in that time.
We’re a few days in to the Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF), and so far it’s been a pretty inspiring time for screenwriters.
A while back I started a short film blog, See Short Films.
May. A month with bouts of sunshine, of eating (mostly) healthy food, of seeing lots of friends, of undergoing a minor crisis of confidence, and of ultimately hoping that this believing in my own writing lark will pay off one day.
Last weekend I attended a BBC workshop aimed at giving writers some tips and advice for the upcoming Room to Write opportunity.
When you’re working alone at home on fiction it’s easy to feel disconnected from the literary world in general.
The idea of the Writers’ Blog Tour is for bloggers to answer the same four seemingly simple questions and then pass the challenge on.