It’s been a while since I didn’t one of these! Since I actually have some kind of routine going I thought it would be good to post what I do in an average day as a writer, now that I’m writing regularly. 7:30am – Alarm: depending on how late I went to sleep I might…… Continue reading Full-time Writer In Training Part 4
I often read articles about self editing which tell you to not ask people close to you to act as beta readers for your work. The reasons vary: “they won’t give you their real opinion” or “they don’t know anything about writing a book” or “they don’t know how to give you good, usable feedback”. All of…… Continue reading The Trick To Receiving Good Manuscript Feedback From Your Family and Friends
Tonight was supposed to be a catch up day: clean my room, write in my diary, check my emails, write those two novel reviews for my blog, write a few words (350) on my manuscript and maybe read if I had time. What I got done: 1. Clean my bedroom (but does it really count…… Continue reading
Getting Closer! There are only three novels left to decide between. One more round to go and my my am I surprised with the results! I’m putting in this one again that was in last round because there isn’t anything left for it to verse with.
After this round there is just five novels left to decide which I’m most anticipating reading this year! I’m very interested to find out which one, the results of some of these showdowns have surprised me greatly! What are you most looking forward to reading this year? 🙂
By Emma Forrest Rating: ✪ ✪ ✪ Meet Viva Cohen: a teenage schoolgirl bombshell. Her bedroom walls are plastered with posts of silver-screen legends, and underneath her school uniform she wears vintage thigh-high stockings. Her best friends are a drugged-out beauty queen and an ageing rock star, and she lives in London with her gay uncle,…… Continue reading Namedropper