Category Archives: Writing a novel

10 Steps to Inventing Your Own Disease – part 2

Following on from part 1, here are the final steps to creating your disease or illness. Advertisements

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10 Steps to Inventing Your Own Disease – part 1

There may be many reasons for a writer to wish to write about disease and illness. You may wish to elicit some sympathy for a protagonist, or inject an element of pathos. You may wish to threaten your fictional populace … Continue reading

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A busy November.

Sometimes, it all gets a bit much….. It’s been a busy month. I’ve started another blog, been learning to use photoshop, started a Twitter feed and made a little progress on The Werewolf of Wottenham Wood. Also our kitten, Spot, has introduced … Continue reading

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Calculating average toad speed.

It is said that you should write what you know. But what if you don’t know?

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