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So here we are August and they say that time flies when you are having fun… So we went on holiday last week which was nice, we stayed in the New Forest and had to get used to random horses, donkeys, cows and goats being in the middle of the road, how the people who live their cope. To the point that the horses seemed to always be lined up at certain places! The wife reckoned it was people feeding them!!
More book news.. It is now out in audio which is the most amazing thing ever! So those of you who have Audible it’s read by Helen Keeley. It is also on sale as audio via amazon…
Endless fun with book three, being married to a fire fighter doesn’t help, when you are telling them about the plot and he tells you that wouldn’t happen! EPIC FAIL!
So this months questions…
“Although I have written a short story collection, the form found me and not the other way around. Don’t write short stories, novels or poems. Just write your truth and your stories will mold into the shapes they need to be.”
Have you ever written a piece that became a form, or even a genre, you hadn’t planned on writing in? Or do you choose a form/genre in advance?
In my novel writing I think will always be crime and murder, I know when I do flash fiction I don’t really stick to a genre and it tends to be where ever the photo takes me.
I know when I first started writing I tried to write a sex scene and it wasn’t sexy at all, but I wanted to write it how it was and not sexy, so since my sex scenes have been closed door and there are quite a few of them in book 2!
Hope everyone is okay xx
Jen Garner tries her best to be ‘wife and mother of the year’. She helps organise school plays and accompanies her husband to company dinners, all with a big smile on her face.
But Jen has started to receive strange gifts in the post … first flowers, then a sympathy card.
It could just be a joke; that’s what she tells herself. But then the final ‘gift’ arrives, and Jen has to question why somebody is so intent on shattering her life into pieces …