‘This story is dated a few years after the Indian Mutiny. A party of men travel many miles in a wonderful moving house, drawn by a marvellous steam elephant. Their many adventures, and the doings of Nana Sahib, the fiend of the Mutiny and his final overthrow, are very exciting.’ Introduction The older the book, … Continue reading Steam House by Jules Verne: Review
Don't be afraid of writing the new and stupid, like giant flying whales ridden by God's (though that's my idea back off)
Remember to keep your energy levels up when writing. Have some coke near by… no not that kind.
I use colours to difference different plot threads and characters while planning and then to criticise when editing.
Monthly reminder to WRITE!!
Remember the Holy Trinity: The Dictionary, The Thesaurus, and the Holy Internet.
Instagram is a great way of expressing yourself visually rather than in writing.