Photo by alleksana on Pexels.com I feng shuied my house last week and it's rather left me bereft. I seem to have run out of momentum for anything else. Perhaps I should clarify. The conflict I had in my life i.e. the mess that seemed to abound out of all control in the kitchen, the … Continue reading Feng shui and conflict
Month: July 2020
And the sub plot thickens…
So, tell me, how is it that everything seems to be coming along nicely, there's a plan, the word count is ticking up, and then WHAM! a side plot just hits you out of nowhere? Churchill Barriers: Orkney. These were built in WWII to keep the submarines at bay. Enormous concrete blocks were put in … Continue reading And the sub plot thickens…
Motivations and Inciting Incidents
Photo by eberhard grossgasteiger on Pexels.com Our designated movie night this week was set aside for John Wick. 'It ticks all the boxes' I was told. Keanu Reeves. Tick. Yep. All boxes ticked. I actually quite enjoyed this absurdist hitman killfest and am quite looking forward to the other two. I also found it quite … Continue reading Motivations and Inciting Incidents
Paper. Pen. Post its.
Current favourite notebook I had July all planned out. You see, I finished my second Western on Monday and thought I'd get back to it after a bit of a break and then sort out the plot holes. In the meantime I had planned to work on something else. But it hasn't quite worked out … Continue reading Paper. Pen. Post its.