Tag: fiction

Thinking in Colours

Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels When I’m writing I think in colours. Every character, every scene, every plot twist is represented in my mind in shades which find their way out of my sub-conscious and into my fully conscious creative mind. I didn’t realise… Continue Reading “Thinking in Colours”

How I ended up in a police cell.

Photo by Matthew Ansley on Unsplash I never thought I’d see the inside of a police cell. If anything I feared the idea, what with my claustrophobic tendencies and my inherent need to be the good girl. Stepping into a cell wasn’t part of my plan and… Continue Reading “How I ended up in a police cell.”

The Trouble with ‘Book 2’

Having put your debut novel out into the world, and started what you dream will be an exciting, fulfilling and long career as a writer, the question of Book 2 soon starts to dominate your thoughts. The temptation is to focus purely on the… Continue Reading “The Trouble with ‘Book 2’”