Posts Tagged ‘walking’

imagineering

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

When you write a lot of short stories, your process tends to be mainly thinking, walking, intuiting, imagining – and then writing. Or the other way around. After one, two, or a few drafts, you ask your trusted beta readers to look for all the things that are wrong with your story, and you fix [...]

food for writers

Sunday, February 5th, 2012

Recently I’ve been preoccupied with a number of things that only tangentially relate to fiction writing. Except when in full inspired flow, I am not someone who does nothing but live and breathe writing day after day,  although sometimes I feel an almost irresistable pressure to be that person, as if only a perfect dedication [...]

the fridayness of things

Friday, November 11th, 2011

Bonjour! C’est la fin de semaine and that’s about all the French I can manage at this time on a Friday afternoon.
Managed to work out the voice recorder on my phone, and dictated notes and thoughts as I walked to work. Quite a lot of useless ramblings but now at least I can listen [...]

the daily george

Saturday, October 29th, 2011

I’ve decided that it would be a cool challenge for me to blog every day between now and the end of the year. The aim is to blog about what I’m writing and reading, of course – but inevitably there will be detours into dog-walking, alcohol, work and other adventures. I can’t help it. Be [...]