Category Archives: starting book

6000 hits!!! THANK YOU!!!!


This was quite a week, seeing my first paid feature published in The Examiner, getting contact from two long lost relatives of Edith Nile Peacock and today discovering I have 6000 hits!!!   Thanks to everyone who has double clicked … Continue reading

Posted in funny, irish examiner, new writer, playwright, Positive, redundancy, starting book, theatre, witty, writer | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

#62 I have written 30,000 words!!!


I felt so positive after meeting Chris Binchy, that I stared to think about how best to write my book.  Then I had a eureka moment – I would copy and paste from my blog into word and then I … Continue reading

Posted in chris binchy, funny, new writer, Positive, redundancy, starting book, witty, writer, writing | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

#61 – 3 Chapters please


I met Chris Binchy yesterday and he said I have a great ability to write. Said my writing was funny, intelligent and very topical. Can you imagine me – sitting across the table from him – writer in residence in … Continue reading

Posted in 3 chapters, chris binchy, christmas, fired, funny, new book, new writer, Positive, redundancy, starting book, witty, writer, writing | Tagged , | 2 Comments

Positive Redundancy #24 Studying and self-belief


When I worked in Corporate sales, I used to dream about winning the lottery and being able to do whatever I wanted. It would usually consist of houses on every continent, a yacht and becoming a writer. When I had … Continue reading

Posted in new writer, Positive, redundancy, starting book, Uncategorized, witty, writer, writing | Tagged , , | 3 Comments

Positive #6 No more Corporate cliches


Okay – so let me run this up the flagpole. Lets put it out there to see if it has legs. Lets blue-sky this one. Lets ramp up the activity. Lets hit 120% on this. Because as we all know … Continue reading

Posted in corporate, fired, funny, Positive, redundancy, starting book, Uncategorized, witty, writer, writing | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments