Getting distracted, or the benefits of a to-do list

It's hot. Not, really hot, but UK hot. And I'm bothered. And I've got far too much running around my head - literally idea after idea is queueing up, waving their hands to grab my attention, and I don't have the time or the space to deal with them. Photo by Luis Quintero on Pexels.com … Continue reading Getting distracted, or the benefits of a to-do list

Research: the best and worst of it

My current WIP is accidentally historical. And current. And possibly a little bit into the future (but that's a whole other matter). I normally avoid writing about the past because I don't like research. Or, I do, but I get so involved I forget there's a book to write. But my character is 80, so … Continue reading Research: the best and worst of it