I read Gwendolyn Beynon’s fantasy debut, ‘Sacrifice’, in one long sitting, then I put it down for a week and a bit. Then I came back and read it again. It is just that good. “Melangell is a Lifebringer, a dragon-maiden learning to protect one of the land’s most ancient mysteries, y Ddraig. She expects to pass her … More Sacrifice some time to read Gwendolyn Beynon’s first fantasy novel – you won’t regret it!
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Image via Flikr Creative Commons, courtesy of elaueverose. I do a lot of stuff. Actually too much stuff but I am totally woking on that saying “No” thing. Hey, I’m getting there. Two days ago I finally earned my fourth stripe on my white belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.…
Sometimes when I’m writing, I’ll put a little bitchiness in. It’s loads of fun making people saccharine sweet, especially when they are surprised by it. The manuscript I’m working on at the moment – Perth Girls – The Quiet One – features Lydia, who is a controlled, friendly and thoroughly nice person, whose claws get … More Being Bitchy Is Fun!
I am a terrible person. Today, I was joking around with another writer (of scripts, at an acting class) when someone asked him to have a look at a monologue. He looked over at me and mouthed “I can’t read!” I said “You can’t write either!” Boom. Tish. Or alternatively, crickets…. Because its NOT OK … More Things You Don’t Say To A Writer.
It’s not everyone who can procrastinate quite as well as I can. So I thought I’d fill you in on all you need to know to be able to procrastinate effectively, every day. 1. Distractions are Necessary Every skilled procrastinator knows that without distractions, they may not be able to procrastinate. Whether it’s the housework, … More Procrastinatrix. Extraordinaire.