Monthly Archives: May 2015


The Editing Process: 4 Top Tips

Getting your story out of your head and onto the page is just the start. Next comes the lengthy and sometimes traumatic editing process. In February 2015, I completed the first draft of the first part of my next novel;  Gabriel’s Game This story is in two parts, written as […]


Are You A Scribbler, A Dabbler or A Wrangler? Take the Authorpreneur Quiz

Entrepreneur = [ahn-truh-pruh-nur, -noo r] A person who organizes and manages any enterprise, especially a business, usually with considerable initiative and risk. Author = [aw-ther] A person who writes a novel, poem, essay, etc.; the composer of a literary work, as distinguished from a compiler, translator, editor, or copyist. Author + Entrepreneur = […]


On the Trail of Local Art

This weekend was the 13th annual Southbank Bristol Arts art trail in Southville and this year I got involved. The hub of the trail is the Southville Centre and I was fortunate enough to be one of the featured artists at the centre. Here’s my stall: On the stall I […]


Blog 2.0 – The New Idea-ism

I’ve been blogging for some time now and my blog is finally coming home… I started my ‘Idea-ism’ blog in 2013 as a place to assuage the affliction of ‘Idea-ism’. Idea-ism is what I call the syndrome of having too many ideas. When I first started blogging it was a […]


Hello and Welcome!

It’s alive! *commence-evil-megalomaniac-laugh* “Mw hah hah!” Welcome to my cozy little place on the internet, come in, have cup of tea and a chat with me. I’m an author and entrepreneur: author+entrepreneur=authorpreneur My worlds as a Business Advisor and a Writer are now one, come in and explore. Find out […]