Read more "On Courage: William Faulkner"
You cannot swim for new horizons until you have courage to lose sight of the shore.
It is with great excitement (and some butterflies in my belly) that I announce the ultimate writing challenge, which I am determined to take on over this coming weekend.Read more "Writing Challenge Accepted: The 24-Hour Novella"
As the dust begins to settle on the recent Brexit vote, I am writing from in between a rock and a hard place. After all, I am in the business of imagining the kind of big, world-changing developments that make up alternative histories. Just never thought I’d live to see one.Read more "7 Things Any Writer Should Know about World Building"
Many readers and authors are in two minds over developments in the Young Adult (YA) fiction genre. Past debates have claimed that the YA market is becoming repetitive.Read more "Making the Case for Young Adult Fiction"
I first began to imagine the New World Project whilst in conversation with a real-life quantum physicist.Read more "Launching the New World Project"
There are two types of writers in the world: those who write as close to reality as possible, and those who write as far removed from reality as possible.Read more "5 Good Reasons Why Writers Should Have a Heart for Zombies"