My current WIP novel started as three ridiculous paragraphs that I wrote to try and make my friend laugh. I had no intention of creating a fourth, let alone trying to flesh it out into a beefy novel. But, here I am, a few months later sitting in Look Mum No Hands feeling like Look Mum I’ve Written 27,000 Words.
This word count relates to the first of three proposed parts of the novel. This could not have been possible if I didn’t actually spend a few moments plotting the thing.
How Did I Do It?
There are two things that I don’t do:[su_list]
INTRODUCING TREK REFLECTIONS
Trek America is an adventure tour operator that offers exciting group tours across North America. I’ve been on two tours already and have a third planned for August 2015. As a way of celebrating my obsession for all things Trek, I will be feature articles on the website that’ll include tips for trekking, past trekker reviews, news about Trek America or personal reflections on aspects of my completed tours. These articles will be known as…
A writer of questionable talent and candidate for his work’s annual ‘Why Did We Employ Him?’ nominations, has discovered his greatest writing spot to date.
Since moving to London a little over a year ago, Dean had to make do with pretending to know the order etiquette of independent coffee establishments across Central London.
“I was only looking for a place to pull out my hazardous, charger-dependant laptop, get coffee cramps and question the potential lack of hygiene with uncovered cakes.”
Hey, I'm Dean. I'm 26 and stuck between London and Wonderland. I'm a Trek America enthusiast, aspiring author and cheesy songwriter.Join me for ridiculous updates on all things Trek, travel and writing!