Crafting words in a cupboard

From coffee shops to trains and sun loungers, my favourite places to write are possibly not quite what you’d expect. My first novel was written in a cupboard. No seriously. At least, part of it was, anyway. I’d already written some of the book. Maybe a quarter of the first draft. It had been myContinue reading “Crafting words in a cupboard”

Goodbye to the cupboard

Today is a sad day. Because it’s time to say goodbye to my writing cupboard. The wife and I have bought a new house and moved out of our old flat. And so I am also moving out of the cupboard in which I spent so many hours writing. It was my home for manyContinue reading “Goodbye to the cupboard”

Inside the ‘Harry Potter cupboard’

Fancy a quick peek inside the cupboard/office where I do my writing? Go on then… As the Crawley Observer recently revealed, much of my debut novel, The Unexpected Vacation of George Thring, was written inside a cupboard that I converted into a tiny office. My fiancee nicknamed the ‘Harry Potter cupboard’. So I thought I’dContinue reading “Inside the ‘Harry Potter cupboard’”