Not much to say blog-wise today as I am suffering from the Tuesday-Blankoids. The writing is going steadily enough, although as @mygoditsraining described it on Twitter, at the moment it feels rather like a self imposed bi-polar disorder. I’m good/I’m shit/I’m good/I’m shit/I’m good/I’m shit, all the live long day. This is all part of the charming struggle that is writing a book, no doubt, and it’s important to remind myself at times like this that in the end, I’m telling the story because I want to know what happens. It pleases me to piece the story together to see where it goes- the rest of it I can worry about later.
Jennifer Williams is a writer from South East London with a love of fantastical stories. Previously published in Black Static, Hub magazine and Dark Fiction Magazine, she is currently editing a sword and sorcery novel, The Steel Walk, and hoping to find a home for her fantasy book, Ink for Thieves. When she isn't writing in coffee shops, she prefers to be playing something involving swords and beards on the Xbox.
You can find out more at www.sennydreadful.com