Inspiration is elusive. It’s something that finds you at the unexpected moments; in the shower, on the London underground, slurping the last ramen noodle from the bowl in Wagamamas. When it strikes, words can pour out of your fingertips onto the screen, flooding your storyline with enigmatic twists and turns that not even you were expecting. When inspiration hits, let it wash over your body and take you and for goodness sake do not let it go! P.S. Try to always have a notepad on you. P.P.S And a pen. Although my new story idea hasn’t been completely fleshed out
What a month August has been! So as I previously made you aware in my last post, the digitized version of my collection of short stories has been released on the Amazon Kindle store – cue shameless plug: *Fanfare music* This was my first step into self-publishing and chasing my dream of becoming an author. I seriously cannot thank people enough for sharing it, shouting about it on social media or even just buying a copy. The reception I’ve had so far has been incredibly mind-blowing and I genuinely don’t think it’s hit me yet. In all seriousness, it’s just
So I like to think that maybe radio silence isn’t necessarily a bad thing. If you don’t hear from someone for a while, it would be wiser to assume that they are super busy working, possibly starting their own international ping-pong championship, or choreographing Beyonce’s next routine, rather than recovering from let’s say, a bear mauling. Of course, only one of the above is true, and since I haven’t visited any dangerous woodlands recently and Beyonce won’t return my emails, I promise you I have been working hard behind the scenes! I’ve finally released the digitized version of my short story collection.
Firstly, I would just like to say thank you to those who contributed to my indiegogo campaign. I cannot believe the generosity I have been blessed with and I am so touched that others believe in this project. I want all of you to know that every penny will go towards pushing the book out to people to create as much awareness surrounding mental illness as possible. I would secondly like to apologise for the silence since the campaign ended, but I want to assure you I have been working behind the scenes organising the final draft of the stories in and