There's a quote from the ubiquitous Anon ... If you think something small cannot make a difference, try going to sleep with a mosquito in the room. That's how I feel about the process of writing small stories - just in a more positive way … Continue reading That mosquito in the room
If you were at school or were a teacher between 1979 and 1992 you would know Grug. This hairy, brown and yellow striped character inhabited a series of books written by Australian author, Ted Prior. (Soon to be re-published by Simon & Schuster, Australia from June, … Continue reading Grug – a little miracle worker.
Do you listen to music while you write? A Mozart sonata? John Coltrane's sax or some classic Miles Davis? A bit of the Cuban touch? Coldplay's lastest CD? Or soundtracks from your favourite movies? It could be that, to work successfully, you need a blur … Continue reading Music to write by?
I've always thrived on challenges. If a job's too easily mastered - why wouldn't you get sick of it? Maybe this is why I've never stayed in a job for longer than four years in my life? Except for writing; and in particular, writing for … Continue reading I’ve always thrived on challenges…