Monthly Archives: May 2013

What inspires a writer?

On the face of it that may be quite a stupid question, but is it? What inspires a writer to write? An interesting question. Sometime a writer is inspired by a great wrong and has to write about it, putting … Continue reading

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The pleasure of writing

In the midst of another day when the Postman delivered letters that we would rather he didn’t, and that set my wife and I into a less than totally pleasant place, I had been doing some writing. I have written … Continue reading

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Nature – The Limitless Resource For Writers

When people think about being out in Nature, it is often when they are “doing something else” and they are generally focusing on that thing, whatever that is. But suppose that going outside in Nature, immersing yourself in it, being … Continue reading

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A bucket full of ideas – How to manage your writing

If, like me you are a writer with so many ideas that to make sense of them into a coherent story can be difficult, or sometimes almost impossible, do not worry, help is at hand. Allow your unconscious mind to … Continue reading

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Writer, Author, Creator or Master of the Universe. Which one are you?

I often think how poorly us writers think of ourselves and perhaps, more importantly what others think of us. Consider this scenario; you are at a gathering of people, say some kind of function or a party. There are bankers, … Continue reading

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