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Now I’m sitting here writing the first blog post, who else should I think of but good old John Watson doing the same. It’s definitely tricky coming up with a beginning.
I hope that you have seen or one day will see Albert Bridge in London. The bridge connects Chelsea with Battersea and is much underestimated in its beauty.
Exciting News! Since my debut novel will be officially released this week, my publisher has organised a virtual book launch for Spiral Mind!
Last week, I had the pleasure of surviving my first book launch during a pandemic. I’ve already sent out lots of cheesy thank you posts on my socials, so I’m not going to ramble on about that again here, but I must say, I still feel genuinely grateful.
It’s been a while now since Spiral Mind was launched into the world, but it’s been enjoying its freedom, that’s for sure. In the meantime, I have been working hard on Volume 2 of the trilogy that Spiral Mind began, and I thought perhaps some of you readers and fellow writers are interested in what goes on behind the scenes of my mystery spinning stories.
You can never give up hope in magic as a writer or it won’t happen for you. And this is why I have now decided to write down the best advice from the last months of working full time, in a pandemic, and being a writer at the same time. It’s basically three jobs all at once, but don’t we all know some hero who fought three battles at once? Here are my 7 best tips for staying writing, whatever [insert swearword here] life may throw at you.