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Writer’s Block – Fact or Fiction? by Lissa Oliver
Does Writer’s Block exist? I could begin by stating my own opinion: no, it doesn’t. I could quote from a multitude of successful likeminded authors. But there would be more ...continue reading
Taking Leave of their Senses – Brexit or Bust!
I detest politics and while I try to refrain from making political commentary on a public forum, it seems I must make some allusion to the cloud hanging over us ...continue reading
Poisoned Pen by Mary Campbell
Is it me or are we now becoming a nation of back stabbers? On Twitter every opinion is met with an outpouring of vitriolic attacks on the writer. The latest ...continue reading
Finding Your Voices by Lissa Oliver
Writing a book is much like reading one, I’ve always maintained. I’ve come at a book from both sides of the page, so to speak! When writing, I become intimately ...continue reading
Writer, who do you think you are?
You’ve probably heard the line attributed to Freud about the Irish being the only race impervious to psychoanalysis. It’s fun to think he might have said it but the origin ...continue reading
Getting Around the Block by Mary Campbell
It’s true that writers can sometimes be perceived as lazy. In movies and books they lie around the house surrounded by chaos supposedly dreaming up ideas for months on end ...continue reading
Memories by Lissa Oliver
Are we all lazy writers or is it just me? Facebook has this tendency to remind you of memories. Not all of them are those you want to remember. Let’s ...continue reading
The Book of Revelations: My First Book
Promoting your own book, as a writer, is a strange experience. This is primarily due to the generalization that writers are quite introverted perhaps, so may tend towards keeping the ...continue reading
Don’t believe all you read! By Lissa Oliver
Having just returned from a heavy month of racecourse press rooms, not least Royal Ascot, I’m settling back into fiction mode again and the novel-in-progress. My Ascot stint reminds me ...continue reading