There’s a sign at the yoga studio I go to which says ‘Life begins at the end of your comfort zone’. When I started writing Beltane five and a half years ago, I’d have dismissed it as hippy clap-trap. But I looked at it last week and thought ‘I get that now.’
I don’t like using the word ‘journey’ these days as it’s become such a reality TV cliché but with Beltane being published in just over a week I’ve found myself looking back at all that’s happened since I started writing it in May 2010.
To say that I didn’t have a clue what I was doing is a bit of understatement but I’d got a ‘how to book’ (the excellent How to Write a Damned Good Novel by James Frey that I’d recommend to anyone) and a determination not to give up this time. I’d started a couple…
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