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“I’m glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” L. M. Montgomery

I call these pieces my ramblings if I am being less kind to myself, but these days, I am all about being kind to myself. Every time I look at this page, I promise myself I will write more regularly, at least once a week. And then I don’t. Have a fossick. I cover a lot of random subjects and one of these days I will discover self-discipline and write even more. At least once a week.

My year of writing dangerously -or how to write fiction when you don’t know what you’re doing.

A few days ago, a Facebook memory popped up in my feed, back when I was shortlisted in a writing competition for the first time. Hurray! It was the London Independent Story Prize in the UK and a piece I wrote about a golden-orb weaver spider. I didn’t win but it felt great. I get … Continue reading My year of writing dangerously -or how to write fiction when you don’t know what you’re doing.

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Gillian is a radio broadcaster, interviewer and journalist, who writes random observations and short, short stories.

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