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September 26, 2018

For every story, we need characters. For every good story, we need rich, interesting and engaging characters who live on in our memories long after the final page has been turned and the book returned to its place on the shelf. Building such characters means developing...

May 31, 2018

There are many challenges that authors and writers are faced with; tight deadlines, extensive research, legal implications, less-than-glowing reviews and so many more. The most prominent one I have come across is Writer’s Block. Many of the great and the good have spok...

April 18, 2018

This week saw the broadcast of the latest season finale of US TV hit “The Walking Dead”. I was watching a scene with a large swarm of mindless zombies creeping across the countryside, groaning, snarling and oblivious to the world around them. As I observed this collect...

April 8, 2018

Every story needs strong characters with depth and scope for navigating the twisting, rapid waters of the plot. In many of the best instances of literature, great characters transcend the story itself and become more memorable for who they are rather than what they do....

October 1, 2017

After a long time (too long to admit) stuck in the cul-de-sac of Writers Block Close, I have finally navigated my way out and back onto the Creative Highway. Now I am speeding ahead with the final instalment of the 'abducted' trilogy (hold on a little longer, peeps, it...

July 7, 2017

I recently returned to my previous employer in a new capacity as a guest speaker giving a talk entitled ‘Creative Writing in the Workplace’. Given that the organisation is a public sector body, the audience was an eclectic collection of individuals from a predominantly...

April 4, 2017

Last month I participated in my first Speed Mentoring event. The concept – if you haven’t heard the term – is pretty exciting.

You get a room full of enthusiastic though inexperienced mentees who are keen to learn and develop themselves. Then organise a group of experie...

March 13, 2017

Many people describe the delivery of change as “a journey”. It is a common reference that resonates with anybody who invested time and emotions in the delivery of programmes and projects.

Some of the greatest journeys we know come from fiction; the heroes quest is typic...

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