Family Curse

Jack died first. He was three and the youngest of the four siblings. Of course, they’d mourned, no one, not even the doctors knew what had happened. It was horrible, of course and so painful. Then Sam had died. He was the oldest, twenty and a rugby player. How could he have fallen so ill, … Continue reading Family Curse

Book Blogger Thursday Tips #7

Audiobooks are a Godsend, do you have a commute? You can use it productively by listening to books especially if you drive. We all have time we can use, you just need to go looking for it.

Turtle Writing Syndrome

Here's the depressing thing: I've been writing this book since 2016 and roughly 180'000 raw words to show for it. Out of curiosity I decided to look at how long it would have taken me to write that if I'd been writing at full capacity everyday, which is about 2'000 words. 90 days. 90 bloody days. Even … Continue reading Turtle Writing Syndrome

For Family

She was dead, though more than that her body was almost unrecognisable. A pity, Sara had once been pretty. Pretty dim. Pretty low ranking. But pretty beautiful as well, he supposed. Edward brushed his thumb over her cheek. It was dripping with thick blood, coming from what had been her mouth, now was a gaping … Continue reading For Family

My Ex-Main Character

Hi Guys! It’s been a struggle of a week. I’ve been stuck on one of my character’s Rajiv. Rajiv and me have had a troubled history. He used to be the ONLY point of view character in my book and then became the main point of view out of four, before Jaived came along and … Continue reading My Ex-Main Character