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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