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Putting off what could be done tomorrow, today

Tag: Writing process

Writing the Great Office Novel

Author at work!There is only so much procrastinating one can do. After a long hiatus, this weekend I finally got back to writing a little fiction. Right now the focus is on a (very ironically named) Great Office Novel. It really is nothing of the sort (certainly not the Great part), but is a means of me channelling some of my recent experiences, assimilating some others, and generally having fun with our 9-to-5 lives. Write what you know and all that. It’s been done before, it certainly has been done better, but I figure it is a good way to ease myself back into this fiction-writing lark. Read the rest of this entry »

New adventures from my RSS Reader

Woman collecting books in a libraryAnd so, your correspondent tumbles towards the refuge of the weekend without offering you, the reader, a whole lot of insight, value or entertainment. It’s been a long week, and I doubt any further inspiration will spark anytime soon, so instead I’m falling back on other stuff I’ve read on the internet, that you may or may not enjoy. It’s a old, well-used format, but who doesn’t approve of a little link-love now and then? Read the rest of this entry »