View profile

Organise your whatnots

Hello there I ran a plain English workshop with a company in London last week. I stayed over at my si
Organise your whatnots
By Iain Broome • Issue #17 • View online
Hello there
I ran a plain English workshop with a company in London last week. I stayed over at my sister-in-law’s and got to spend a few hours travelling the city on my own.
It took me back to what I now recognise as a terribly exciting and formative period of my life, back when I was regularly visiting the capital to meet my agent, make plans and sell A is for Angelica.
Last week’s solo trip has given me another mini kickstart and, when not running a one-man content business, I’ve spent an awful lot of time thinking about and working on my novel in progress.
Being in London, even for 24 hours, has provided an unexpected confidence boost that I can’t really explain. Call it nostalgia. Or some weird trip down memory lane. Whatever. I heartily approve.
Now get into the links below.
Iain

Whimsical Mind Maps
Tweet of the week
Ashley C. Ford
If you're a writer who needs to make money, please don't be worried that doing work outside of writing (or talking/teaching about writing) compromises your literary merit. The people who can afford to maintain that opinion have no idea what you need and/or who you need it for.
3:57 PM - 2 Jul 2019
Did you enjoy this issue?
Iain Broome

New writing and exciting links for writers, readers and other creative types. Sent by Iain Broome, author of A is for Angelica.

If you don't want these updates anymore, please unsubscribe here
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here
Powered by Revue