The following blogs share writing tips and my ongoing journey to publication. In a special birthday post, The Winding Narrative Turns One, I celebrate the year that was and things to come.
I discuss the challenges of finding The Perfect Time to Write.
The Book Publishing Flowchart gives a review of the process for getting published.
This series is about social media for writers:
A Beginner’s Guide to Online Book Reviews
A Beginner’s Guide to Social Media for Writers
A Beginner’s Guide to Websites and Blogs for Writers.
To celebrate signing with Michael Cybulski of NAC, I wrote Five Reasons to Sign With a Literary Agent.
In part, I began The Winding Narrative because the protagonist in my novel is a blogger and I wanted to have firsthand experience. Here’s what I learnt: Real Versus Fictional Blogs
Australian Society of Author’s Literary Speed dating event is a wonderful opportunity to meet agents and publishers face to face. Learn from my mistakes in A Rookie’s Guide to Literary Speed Dating
I completed a Curtis Brown Creative six-month online novel writing course. In this guest blog, two fellow-students and I share the experience, Curtis Brown Creative Guest Blog
My Writing Journey
The blogs below describe the beginning of my writing journey. It continues when I moved to Lagos. See Expat Life and Tree Change
The Writer’s Hour is a humorous account of an hour in a writer’s life.
29 Brown St was my first attempt at writing a novel. It sits lonely on my laptop awaiting a rewrite.
The Adventures of Sexy Legs and Pipsqueak is about my first writing endeavors in primary school.
In The Value of Failure I discuss what can be gained from the inevitable rejections in the journey to publication.
Baby Steps was my first blog, which set up the beginning of my writing journey.