Whoever keeps buying all these ebooks of mine, thank you! 😁 When I first began writing the Tabitha books, I honestly didn’t know if there was a market out there … Continue reading You’re brilliant, and thank you!
The end of the world came quietly last week and landed in the sea. No one’d noticed a mediocre meteor, or saw what was crawling from it. Humanity was busy … Continue reading Alex makes a phone call.
Today, a friend asked me to dedicate a blog post to a “Tabitha Trilogy making-of”. So here goes. I’m sure it’ll be rambly, and there’ll be loads I miss out. … Continue reading “Big things have small beginnings.”
The following is the (split) opening scene of Ghost, my third novel in the Tabitha Trilogy. (So absolutely it’s spoilers, if you’re thinking of trying Tabitha first.)
In fiction writing, especially action-adventure stories, it’s vital to give our protagonist a moment to catch their breath. In the excerpt below from Sky Queen, Tabitha’s second novel, she’s been … Continue reading Sky Queen: a winter scene.
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Writing stories requires us to build worlds. It’s a conjuring spell; a kind of alchemy. For the spell to work, we have to make this other world feel real. Play … Continue reading Clutter: the power of tiny things in worldbuilding and fiction writing
The words “but what if?” are among your best tools as a writer. They’re the magic chalk that draws strange new doors on your story’s walls and ceilings. An instant … Continue reading “But what if?…”