amwriting, The Crows, undead, vampires, world building

Pagham-on-Sea Town Museum & Containment Facility

A First Look with Guillaume Velde The current site of the town museum was built-for-purpose in 1988 with Lottery Grant funding, when the buildings still standing in the Historic Docks were being redeveloped as a tourist attraction, educational resource and community hub. The museum is next to the Community First Centre and Credit Union, where… Continue reading Pagham-on-Sea Town Museum & Containment Facility

amwriting, Gothic Fiction, Pagham-verse

Let’s Talk About Wolves #1: Werewolves in the Paghamverse

CW// discussions of addiction, relapse Alright, so I've been prompted to think more about my werewolf thriller, Real Meat, and how I'm going to revise it. I'm getting back into the mood with... well, not werewolf lit so much, but three books I find really interesting: -Wolves and the Wilderness in the Middle Ages, Aleksander… Continue reading Let’s Talk About Wolves #1: Werewolves in the Paghamverse

amwriting, Gothic Fiction, Pagham-verse, The Crows, world building

#AmWriting (Honest)

So! You've read The Crows, or you're nearing the end, and you want to know what I'm writing next? OF COURSE YOU ARE. I find it hard to keep all my eggs from rolling out of their respective baskets so here's a breakdown of the projects I'm working on and where they all are in… Continue reading #AmWriting (Honest)

amwriting, Uncategorized, Writing Prompt

Spooky Spring #WritingPrompts

After a #SpookySat hiatus, we are entering the warmer weather and lighter evenings of springtime! A time when things are not as spooky? Not necessarily. If you want to participate in make spring a spookier time, here are some word prompts to use to create some tweet-sized micro-fiction and send a few shivers up your… Continue reading Spooky Spring #WritingPrompts

amwriting, Longread, Pagham-verse, writing tips

Co-Writing for Beginners

Writing is a collaborative process. Even if you write purely for yourself, you will be in dialogue with the world around you, your influences, other authors, and the context in which you write. No one can write anything in a vacuum. There is already a lot of discourse on critique partners, beta readers, sensitivity readers,… Continue reading Co-Writing for Beginners