You ever feel like you're doing everything wrong? Like, no matter what you do, it just doesn't come out the way it's supposed to? That's alright - we all have bad days now and then. But what about when you do everything right and it still doesn't work? That's what my wife and I call... Continue Reading →
According to my calculations - *pulls off sock to count on fingers and toes* - we are exactly halfway through NaNoWriMo, 2020. What do we think of it so far? My novella (which I think this is going to end up being) stands at 20091 words today, and I feel like I'm about halfway. I... Continue Reading →
I sat down with E.J. Dawson and talked about exercise, writing, and mental health. Check it out!
I’m going to tell you all something that should come as no surprise; I loathe exercise.
When I wake up in the morning I pour in Earl Grey tea and hope fortitude will get me through the day. I do walk my 35kg mastiff which is a challenge unto itself but that’s rostered under my “Take care of Pets” not exercise and therefore excusable.
Given we’re all trapped in our houses and even the introverts long for eye contact (who thought it would come to this?), I thought I’d seek out a professional. Someone wise in the way of regular physical activity that wasn’t smashing their head against the desk (it’s a writing activity not exercise).
Today on my blog one of the most physically fit whilst lying about his love of hiking writerly folk is here to talk about exercise, and why its important. Trey Stone is a gifted…
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The Gatewatch is a fantasy novel with roots in Norse mythology and it releases today! I was lucky enough to chat with author Joshua Gillingham about his exciting debut. Hi Joshua. Tell me about your book. I can guess what it's about from the cover, but what's the story? Hello Trey! Thank you... Continue Reading →