It's been a whole month since I started The Reluctant Writer! Writing a few short stories and some bloggy shizzle has been a bit of blue pill, red pill kind of thing. I've really enjoyed it, it's meant that I've focused my two brain cells on actually writing stuff (good or lame). This whole endeavour… Continue reading Happy One Month Anniversary!
Another cray-zee short story from my 3 word challenge to tickle your eyeballs, there's aliens and clowns, how can you go wrong?
Mike meets the woman of his dreams during a living nightmare.
The Magmatron returns to reclaim his kingdom after 75 years in hiding. Can the villagers get to safety, does the chosen one find out she is in fact the chosen one...
Fear is not your friend if it holds you back. The fear of receiving negative comments about my writing has held me back from actually writing so I've done some digging and some thinking...
The Standing Man, three words suggested by Di B., story inspired by Bill 1964 - 2015
Does Margaret reunite with her sister before their mother’s funeral? Is here little peace offering enough or does Margaret get a gift of her own...
It turns out that writing a novel is not as easy as I first thought, it’s actually quite tricky. I’d lost the plot and stopped writing, that was until I found Scrivener. Read on to find out more about my magical union with a software programme.
This is Nutella, he’s a Betta fish and he went on a surprising journey. Take a little look at my first attempt at a children’s short story.
As I endeavour to write my novel I seek out inspiration form the bard himself, well, that’s what I’d hoped anyway!