The answers of an author

"You’ve got to look for little things that connect you. Use an archive of your own experiences to inform a story."


Penning gutter balls

That, in essence, is what lies at the very base of writing. Beyond the courage, caution, vision, precision, truth, kindness and sometimes the pink-faced grappling…To truly believe the words on your page. 

First thing’s first

I have been told that it is often the 2nd paragraph that really gets a story going, the first being a buffer zone that, if cut out, you will arrive at where you really want to start your story.