WRITING MY FIRST HEALTH BOOK (Oh Sugar!)

Writing a Book (Part 9): A perfect night in

Last night a friend (who it has to be said has more than a passing affection for a certain fizzy drink) sent me this photo entitled ‘A Perfect night in’…. Naturally, I am not endorsing such outrageous 'reading nibbles'! But it did make me laugh. It also made me do a double take. My book is supposed to… Continue reading Writing a Book (Part 9): A perfect night in

Famous writers

Writers who nearly didn’t get published: Dr Seuss

Dr Seuss (a.k.a. Theodor Seuss Geisel) was 32 when he wrote his first book And to Think that I Saw it on Mulberry Street. It didn't come easily. He questioned every word and rewrote draft after draft, obsessed with finding the perfect combination of text and illustrations. He wrote in pencil on yellow sheets of paper and asked his… Continue reading Writers who nearly didn’t get published: Dr Seuss