Tag Archives: characterisation

91,857 words, and all animals are dogs. Really?

I sat down to write only four hundred words yesterday, knowing I had a huge day today and had to prepare for the visit. Turns out that time pressure is a fantastic way to get writing out, because instead of four … Continue reading

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I need a rest, that or a smoother draw…

Unlike my writing, which is going great guns (81,242 words, and more on that below!), the archery is languishing a bit at the moment. One, I keep breaking too many arrows, and two, I can’t get an arrow back half the … Continue reading

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73,714 words, and my girls are amazing!

Well on track these days I reckon, with a few weeks to go until the re-writing stage needs to be over and the editing will begin. Feeling pretty good. Might pre-celebrate with some more world cup wake-ups and enjoy a … Continue reading

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Hard choices

It’s finally here! The weekend! I am gonna shoot some arrows, eat some jerky, hit the NSW Art Gallery (in the “let’s go see it” sense, not the Ocean’s Eleven one)… I might even do some writing. There’s a certain … Continue reading

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