Monthly Archives: March 2012

Into the Darkest Corner of The Writer

It occurred to me the other day that script editing, and indeed script reading is like peeking into someone’s bedside table drawer.  Why? Because more may revealed about the writer than they might have planned. When I read someone’s work, I often spot … Continue reading

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Research – Toss it over your Shoulder?

In this month’s Writers’ Forum Magazine, author Jenny Colgan is interviewed. She says ‘People get bogged down in research, it’s a total waste of time.’ And she urges writers to focus on the characters. Whilst I am in full agreement … Continue reading

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