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Hello and welcome to my blog!
My name is Pete and I decided to start blogging to track my progress as a writer. I recently completed a Diploma in Creative Writing and it's spurred me on to get my work published.
I write short stories, Flash Fiction and some scripts. My main focus at the moment is a Crime Fiction novel. More on that as we go on.
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Category Archives: Guest Post
Guest Post: Loose pants, er, and belt-less . . .
Labels always make me think of childhood, and coloring books, where a parent or a kindergarten teacher would say: don’t color outside the lines. That’s what they’re there for, to guide you, to teach you (both the lines and the … Continue reading
Posted in E-Book, Guest Post, Writing Tagged Books, Guest Posts, Justin Bog, pantser vs. plotter, Reading, The Conversationalist, Thrillers, Writing 9 Comments
Guest Post: Plantser: The Hybrid Model
*Big Wave to Pete* Thanks for letting me take over your blog temporarily to share some of my thoughts on the pantser vs. plotter debate. I am not a pantser. I can’t just let a story evolve in front of … Continue reading
G is for Guest Post — Plotting vs. Pantsing with Michelle Proulx
For today’s A-Z Challenge entry, Pete asked me to share with you all my thoughts on Plotting vs. Pantsing. And thus, I shall. In the eternal battle between Plotting and Pantsing, I come down firmly … somewhere in the middle. … Continue reading
Posted in A to Z Blogging Challenge, Guest Post, Writing Tagged A to Z Challenge, guest post, imminent danger, michelle proulx, Writing, Writing process 25 Comments
Guest Post: Planner or Pantser: The ‘Oh yeah!’ moment
I wanted to write books for pretty much as long as I can remember.* I had lots of ideas – vague, dreamlike ideas that were apt to disintegrate on close inspection. I started writing lots of stories. I finished very … Continue reading
Posted in Guest Post, Writing Tagged Darklands, Kikimora, Pantser, parallel worlds, Planner, Reading, Writing, young adult fantasy 9 Comments
Guest Post: Planner or Pantser? My technique is evolving…
My first novel, a psychological thriller called FRY, launched on Amazon this week. It took me over ten years to write it. Not because it’s particularly long (it’s just under 80,000 words) or because it involved a lot of research. … Continue reading
Posted in E-Book, Guest Post, Reading, Writing Tagged Amazon, eBooks, FRY, Kindle, London School of Journalism, May Queen Killers, novel, novel writing, Pantser, Planner, psychological thriller 16 Comments