Monthly Archives: March 2013

Writer’s withdrawal symptoms

Okay, so here I am it’s Sunday morning and it is official. I have writer’s withdrawal symptoms, and I got it bad, real bad. You see, I have 4 books in proof reading and editing by others and I have the compelling urge, … Continue reading

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Blogs for the writing of Andrew Marsh

The end is just the begining of a long trail, full of pitfalls, puddles and procrastination. Okay, so you have “written a book!”  Fantastic, well done and good for you. Now it is time to shake yourself down, sober up … Continue reading

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Blogs for the writing of Andrew Marsh

About yesterday’s blog. Yesterdays blog was all about indecision, and the problems that was causing me because I wanted to write, but my immediate writing task was not one that I was looking forward to. So I blogged about it. Guess what happened? … Continue reading

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Blogs for the writing of Andrew Marsh

What to do? Just what do you do if you have been on a great writing spurt and have written half a full length novel in two weeks, then suddenly, the next chapter appears and the spark isn’t there? I … Continue reading

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Blogs for the writing of Andrew Marsh

 A writer’s rhythm More and more as i write, I find myself in greater and greater flow. I am currently writing the first draft of the third book of a trilogy. I find it quite startling how much i can … Continue reading

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Always a writer

I had an interesting, yet, fairly common experience earlier today while driving to an appointment. Something came to my head that i just had to write down, so i asked my wife to get a notebook and write down what … Continue reading

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The Blogs of Andrew Marsh, fantasy and faery story writer.

WHAT IS YOUR DAILY WRITING ROUTINE? Interestingly, mine varies according to what I am doing. If writing new material, I write as soon as I am up and after breakfast. I write for as long as I feel the flow, … Continue reading

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The blogs of Andrew Marsh – fantasy and faery story writer

One of the amazing things I find about writing, is the depth and breadth of subject matter that come to mind. At the moment, Fendrel’s Tale Volume 1, The One Who Will Come is in final proof reading and the second … Continue reading

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