Archive for September, 2015

GothNoWriMo 2015

Friday, September 25th, 2015

I spent September working out what I was going to do for GothNoWriMo, a novel writing challenge with a gothic twist. I normally use Octobers writing challenge to warm me up for November. I thought long and hard about this though – should I set myself a goal this year? With the way my head […]

The Green Man Crossing

Friday, September 18th, 2015

It was all a bit weird if I am honest, but I can see how it happened. Britain has a soul of old old gods and creatures, not entirely here or hidden away. It is thinly overlaid with Christianity; and when I say thinly, I mean thinly. Most of the great stone churches still pay […]

Pearly Costa

Thursday, September 10th, 2015

I collected them, so many of them, little discs of shimmering colour, white and silver and mucky and lovely. In a little velvetine bag I found in my Nan’s button collection. They were, in truth, her buttons, and my aunt’s buttons and my great great aunt’s buttons and then my in-law’s buttons, but only the […]

Getting Back on My Feet

Friday, September 4th, 2015

To get me back into the flow for writing ready for GothNoWriMo and NaNo (two writing novels in a month challenges) I’ve been thinking and plotting plans. So my main focus for writing is my Punk Universe, this is Punku, Jess, Janus, Actimen Cull, Aquatic Apes, ancient Egypt, angles in space – all that lot. […]