Though the mind wanders free.
“She knew herself that only once a person broke free of the chains of their own existence could they begin to understand the cages that imprisoned others.”
Simon Harding, Enduring Tide
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Dear Football Association, I would like to apply for the recently vacated role of England Manager. I accept that it is a role traditionally occupied by a person with slightly more experience in football matters than me, though I can lay claim to helping the coach of our under 8’s team put away the muddy […]
Week after week, tweak after tweak. The idea of a finished novel is an oxymoron. At least that’s been my experience to date. Perhaps that’s just how it goes with first novels- only time will tell- though deep down I am beginning to suspect that it happens to every author, on every novel. The problem is that […]
If you are a writer, you know the deal. You’ve toiled for eighteen months, maybe more, over a manuscript. It’s taken over your life. Whenever you’re alone your thoughts have gravitated to it. Lunchtime walks have knocked plot dilemmas out of the park. Restless nights have padded away unresolved conflicts. Family holidays have triggered ideas […]