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#100 days of writing 3

View this post on Instagram #100daysofwriting Days 19-27 Out-and-about a lot; days in London (British Library and IWM researching) and a weekend in the Lake District braving Storm Callum with early morning writing in the corner of the Youth Hostel … Continue reading

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#100 days of writing 2

View this post on Instagram Top left to bottom right: Days 10-18 of #100daysofwriting Several away-days in this block: The British Library, IWM North (Sherriff’s MS of Journey’s End), and a weekend in Derbyshire. #amwriting #writingcommunity💯✍🏻 The four lines on … Continue reading

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#100 Days of Writing

View this post on Instagram Top left to bottom right: Days 1-9 of #100daysofwriting #amwriting #autumncolours🍂🍁 #writingcommunity💯✍🏻 A post shared by Hannah Hulme Hunter (@hannahonbrillhill) on Sep 28, 2018 at 10:41am PDT

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#100 Days of Writing

View this post on Instagram Today I start the #100daysofwriting challenge – with a particular remit. I write full time (I’m so lucky!) and my days are usually a nice balance between writing and all the other stuff of a … Continue reading

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The honest editor and cognitive bias

In a previous life, I facilitated training sessions on managing obstetric emergencies; clinical skills, teamwork, leadership, decision-making and so on. One of the features of effective decision-making is the awareness of cognitive biases and so we discussed the problems that … Continue reading

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Becoming a writer

I believe I have mentioned my bruising editorial review of The White Lady? It took me nearly three weeks to pluck up courage to read the review properly (my initial reading was a watching-from-behind-the-sofa sort of affair in which I … Continue reading

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The Polish Officer (reading-as-a-writer 2)

View this post on Instagram #justfinishedreading “The Polish Officer” by Alan Furst. To my joy, just one of a dozen or so books by Furst on similar themes; this title published 1995, most recent 2016. Resistance, #espionage, bravery, lust and … Continue reading

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Despair (again)

That last post was terrible! So noisy! So cocksure! Continue reading

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The writer’s task

It is the writer’s job to deal with ambiguity, shades of grey, and the general messiness of life. Continue reading

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Farewell Facebook

How do I quiet the anxious worm that distracts me from the discipline of writing? Continue reading

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