Mr McGuffin is back for some seasonal shenanigans, in which he’s visited by 3 characters who have a bit of a bone to pick with him…
Tag: Anne R. Allen
To All Those Thinking of Living With a Romantic Hero in a Pandemic…
We love our romantic heroes, both on the page and onscreen. But what would it be like to truly live with one in real life… during a pandemic?
5 Things A Writer Really Wants For Christmas
What would a writer ask Santa Claus to deliver at Christmas? This is a question I explored in a guest post over on Anne R. Allen’s blog. I’m not sure what Santa himself would make out of it, but let’s just say I don’t think he’ll have this writer on the dinner party guest list in 2019.
Hey, Writers! Be Careful What You Wish For
Is it ever possible for a writer to be happy with what they’ve achieved? Or do the goalposts keep moving? Today we ask a most un-Christmassy question… is it much harder to succeed when you’re a success?
The Twelve Days Of Christmas…Writing Clichés
I have a guest post over at Anne R. Allen’s mighty blog today, where I rework a very old festive song classic and make it all about writers at Christmas. Without writers there would be no Christmas, and without blogs there would be no place to put this sort of daft joke. I know, I can’t believe my luck either.
Ho Ho Oh! It’s The Christmas Book Title Generator
I’m guest-posting over on Anne R. Allen’s blog this week with my book title generators – featuring the all-new Christmas Book Title Generator. If you’re feeling deprived of fun at any time over the next 3 weeks, this might be for you. And if you’re not feeling deprived of anything, this is definitely for you.
10 (Elaborated) Reasons Why Being A Writer Is Like Being Santa Claus
A word of warning to you all, this festive season: henceforth, I am going to be insufferable. Because I’m only after getting a coveted guest post slot, over on US comic mystery author and SuperBlogger Anne R. Allen’s site today. This is about as good as it gets in blogging. I’m not even going to…