Monthly Archives: July 2020

The Need for Notes

Whether writing fiction or non fiction. Novels or magazine articles. Readers’ letters or reviews, one of the most important pieces in a writer’s arsenal is the note book. We’ve all had a snippet of dialogue that’s perfect for our current … Continue reading

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One Line

Continuing on from my post, The Idea Generator, I thought I’d share another file that’s stored there. I have pages where odd lines that have popped into my head reside. These are often lines that I think would be interesting. … Continue reading

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The Idea Generator

Ideas are key to sustaining writing. A writer needs ideas to generate output. Without ideas a writer can quickly become stale or complacent. For me, starting out writing for the theatre meant that I was lucky. Ideas came from outside … Continue reading

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Virtual 6×6! : September 6×6 online! #6×6 #literaryevents #stolibraries @SoTLibraries @RenegadeWriters @Writingcafe6X6

Originally posted on 6×6 Writers Cafe:
September 6×6 will be On Film! As you all know social distancing has been a huge problem in the arts and our quarterly 6×6 events have been no exception. After talks with Emma and…

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My WIP’S

I have several works in progress. This means that presently my note book and my head is filled with sentences and dialogue, themes and schemes and plots and ideas. So I thought it was about time I updated my writing … Continue reading

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