Haley Whitehall has asked me to write an article for her blog, so here goes. Haley is a writer, with interests in literature and history.
I’ve chosen to talk about tackling the doubts in novel writing, and the article might help others with a related subject that I’ve struggled with recently, writer’s block.
Some more photos captured on my phone.
Totteridge, North London
Haven’t posted for about a week. I’m busy ploughing through the second novel, a psychological thriller set in the north of England, and am making progress after several months of writer’s block.
That time of the year again.
Tomorrow is St Patrick’s Day. It’s also my birthday and I feel honoured to have been born on such a special day.
I’ll be working tomorrow, but look forward to a celebration in the pub in the evening.
Meanwhile, the writing’s going well and I think the writer’s block has shifted for now.
Some more from yesterday’s recording session. I’m playing piano, Dave Toone is on violin.
Managed to do a little more recording today, though extremely stressful due to recording equp’t. The following is my favourite nocturne played by myself on piano.
To listen, click here.
Wovenstrands invited me to write an article for her blog and I decided to do one on a problem that’s troubled me quite a bit recently – writer’s block.
To read the article, click here.
Another shot I caught today:
A group of us went for a walk through north London at the weekend, beginning in Muswell Hill and finishing near Clissold Park.
A couple of shots I caught on the camera: