I'm currently editing two pieces and have realised how incredibly different the editing process is when working on fiction vs non-fiction.
In my last post, I shared how I had high hopes for November. And I did. I won't say that my hopes were dashed, but I didn't achieve everything I wanted to achieve. But that's ok, it was a good month anyway. Mainly, I didn't finish the novel I started working on for NaNoWriMo. However, … Continue reading ‘The House We Grew Up In’ by Lisa Jewell
Available for pre-order for the Kindle. Available for pre-order on all other ebook formats. (Soon available on other online stores too.) The paperback is coming very soon. I can email you when it's ready. Click here to sign up (I won't use your email address for anything else.) “They're ready for you in the studio.” … Continue reading The Ordinary Life of a Voiceover Artist
Just finished the last edit of "Hi, I'm Here for a Recording." Made over 150 changes/ additions. Will this process ever end...?
I thought it would be straightforward to write this one. Track my journey becoming an established voice-over, share a few anecdotes, a few tricks of the trade, a few personal stories... But I couldn't find the voice of the book. I kept shifting to "how to" mode and the book became impersonal. Then it had … Continue reading Currently Working on…
It’s the end of the year and once more, I’m going to have to say good-bye to the last twelve months without having released “Hi, I’m Here for a Recording, the ordinary life of a voiceover artist”. A project that started in October 2014 (“I’ll release it in time for Christmas,” she thought, naively) is … Continue reading Why You Should Write Only if You Have To
I've decided writing's my hobby.I always thought I didn't have hobbies - I enjoy doing a broad range of things professionally, and even though some of them haven't worked out, I was still hoping to earn some sort of a living from them and I always thought of them as "work".But writing books is different. … Continue reading Podcasts on Writing