I’ve been incredibly busy over the past few months, hence the dwindling volume of blog entries – but in 2017, I have a host of hot topics and niche tips lined up for your reading pleasure.
So, at this point, all that’s left to say is have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year filled with love, laughter, family, presents, music, booze, and mince pies. Oh, and remember… Continue reading →
Working from home certainly has its perks – the tiny, convenient commute and access to all creature comforts being two of them.
As great as working from home can be – whether you’re a fulltime freelancer or a part time remote worker (meaning you spend the rest of the time in the office) – it does come with its challenges, chiefly isolation and distraction.
For anyone who works from home, has worked from home, or is thinking about working from home, here are five quotes that are sure to strike a chord in some way… Continue reading →
Books have been around for years as a way to educate, inspire, entertain, and even prop up table legs.
Books are a wonderful thing and although the Kindle offers a certain level of convenience and flexibility – a bit like the crackle of vinyl – there’s nothing quite like getting lost in the spine of a good old book.
You’re probably in agreement that books are brilliant, but here are seven things you probably didn’t know about them… Continue reading →
If you’re currently staring at your screen in disbelief wondering where the next flurry of words is going to come from, forget what you’re doing for a moment and watch this short called Writer’s Block starring the one and only Bryan Cranston. Continue reading →
This isn’t directly related to literature, music or digital content, but people always say write about you know – and while I don’t want to bore anyone to tears, today I have been sitting at my desk, pondering my first three months as a father. So I thought I would share a few of my discoveries.Continue reading →
It’s 2016 – and once again it’s time for new beginnings. Perhaps you’re finally going to throw those cigarettes in the bin, take up that death defying overseas challenge, or even finish your novel (you know, the one you’ve been working on for the past five years).Continue reading →