Category Archives: Weekend reset

Managing expectations

I remember being better at this. Now that I’m not doing weekly flash fiction posts, I’ve slumped back into old bad writing habits. Or just the one bad habit really: doing anything but attending to my work-in-progress. I’ve been pretty … Continue reading

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Life gets in the way

I wish I could say I’ve been neglecting this blog because I’m hard at work on my novel edits or learning ebook formatting. Something productive. Nope. Just been busy with life stuff. Work’s been a bit more demanding than usual, … Continue reading

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Markers on the mountain walk

A while back, Brisbane writer Peter M Ball – who probably doesn’t think of himself as a motivational life coach but would be great at it I bet – clued me in to Neil Gaiman’s career trick of visualising a … Continue reading

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Weekend reset – What I’ve been reading

I have buried myself in a complete rewrite of my short story in progress this week. Between editing sessions, what’s been catching my eye on the internet have been writing-related articles. Networking Angela Slatter, who incidentally wrote the very gracious … Continue reading

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Sunday Reset – The week to come

I’m still trying to figure out what I want to do with this blog page – whether to make it a focal point for material that inspires (or provokes) me as a writer, a diary account of my writing career, … Continue reading

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