Bloganuary 17: Superpower

Today's topic is: What's a superpower you'd love to have? Incredible strength? Nah. You'd spend your whole time doing favours for people and opening everyone's jars. Flying? Tempting, but nah. Time travel? Oh, so much to take into account with this one, and what if you turn up naked like in the Terminator or the… Continue reading Bloganuary 17: Superpower

Bloganuary 8: What do you like most about your writing?

Two years ago I let myself say out loud that I wanted to write a novel. That was my big dream. And then I read an article by Mel Robbins that asked, “What are you doing to achieve your dream? I’ve met so many people who say they want to be writers and when I… Continue reading Bloganuary 8: What do you like most about your writing?

What I’ve learned about writing in the past two years

It was back in January 2020 (in The Before) when I was dreaming about writing a book, and it seemed an insurmountable task. After all, I'd been thinking about doing this for several years now, why should I be more successful at starting this year compared to other years? "...that’s not the reason I am… Continue reading What I’ve learned about writing in the past two years

Jigsaw / lockdown

I've just realised that jigsaw puzzles are perfect metaphors for lockdown, and not just fun activities to do during lockdown. (And I am using the word fun advisedly.) Jigsaws - and perhaps lockdowns too - start initially with some enthusiasm when you tip everything out onto the table and anything seems possible. That's the time… Continue reading Jigsaw / lockdown