I think the title is self-explanatory but I guess it isn't for everyone. :)If you could ask me a question about writing or my work, what would it be? What do you really want to know? Is there anything? If there is, jump into the comments section and ask. I will answer to the best … Continue reading If you could ask me a question …
Buy me a coffee?
Old words part 5:
It's Just me: raw words Page 5 “Give me your opinion of the photo from today.” “It’s Mac. I will run it through a new facial recognition program we have to be sure.” “Do it.” “That was today?” “Yes.” “And you’re alone?” “Yep.” Apart from the ghost. “Thought you had security these days.” “We do, … Continue reading Old words part 5:
It’s been a week
This time last Monday I was waking up from anaesthesia with a big bandage around my arm. I still have the big bandage around my arm and I'm still unable to use my right arm effectively for pretty well anything. It's still annoying.And I'm still bored.But I am binge watching The Americans and I am … Continue reading It’s been a week
The title might stick, it's currently: why? Because why not? Yesterday was a fun day. My brain behaved, always good when that happens. Something to consider in an LEO setting ... intuition, experience, and training. Keep that in mind, for a second or two. Ellie Conway is the main character of my Byte Series. She … Continue reading Why?
Written in Leaves
It took two years and then some to write this story but now it's a thing. A proper thing. I even went hardback because I can. 🙂 At 38 thousand words it is a novella. Sue and I do not like when people say they've written a novel and it's under 80k. And if it's … Continue reading Written in Leaves
End of an era?
Feels like the end of an era. Writers Plot Bookshop is closing and will be online only from Saturday. It was a big part of my life for 7 years and now it's the end. It was a dream and then a reality and now I'm gone and so is the shop. I will be … Continue reading End of an era?