Romantic Suspense and Romantic Adventure Author

Category: Author Journal

  • Author Journal 26th April – 2nd May 2021

    Author Journal 26th April – 2nd May 2021

    Since I took last week off to refill my creative well, I obviously have no work goals—other than the well refilling—to review. I fantasised that this would be a quick two-paragraph entry, but here’s the thing with giving yourself permission to chill, your mind miraculously clears. And, with that clearing, you learn some things about […]

  • Author Journal 19th – 25th April 2021

    Author Journal 19th – 25th April 2021

    This last week was so different from my norm of the previous few months. I could get down on myself, or I can use it as a learning experience that I’ll take with me into my next holiday time (in about three weeks from now 🥳) Review 12th to 18th April 2021 My writing goals […]

  • Author Journal 12th – 18th April 2021

    Author Journal 12th – 18th April 2021

    Hiya! It was a pretty good work week last week. No real distractions aside from the fact that I’ve run out of chamomile tea! It’s okay; I’ll rectify that tomorrow. 😅 Review 5th to 11th April 2021 My writing goals for last week were: Complete pages 40 – 52 (inclusive) of Story Structure Organiser Workbook […]

  • Author Journal 5th – 11th April 2021

    Author Journal 5th – 11th April 2021

    Hi and welcome to this week’s Author Journal entry. Review 29th March to 4th April 2021 My writing goals for last week were: Complete pages 5 – 28 (inclusive) of Story Structure Organiser Workbook. These pages cover the beginning and middle sections of Deniable Unit #1: Working the Asset (DU#1) How Do I Think It […]

  • Author Journal 29th March – 4th April 2021

    Author Journal 29th March – 4th April 2021

    Welcome to my first public author journal. I’ve been doing these for my own eyes for about a year now and have found them invaluable in helping me to conquer my writing to-do list. This method is pretty simple, and I’ve used it to tackle many non-writing tasks and projects with great success. I start […]