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Writing and feeling rusty

I decided this morning that I need to get writing again: properly. Last week I talked about getting to the desk to see what I can do, and...

Has it only been a week?

It is quite hard to believe that a week ago today, I was in theatre having brain surgery. It has been a surreal 3+ months, and I am...

Small rewards

Writing is definitely a slow burn process and that is in terms of both the writing itself and any rewards that come from it. Many people...

Decisions, decisions...

Returning to an older project is an interesting experience. I haven’t had the chance to work on it much since I began my Master’s,...

A light...

This blog is supposed to be a documentation of my journey into becoming a writer. A record of the highs and pitfalls that I have...

Contributor's copy!

At a point in my life when I am feeling pretty down; managing to engage in writing by active choice rather than the easy process it has...

Finding the words

Finding words has never been something that I have struggled with – some might say I find far more words than I need to say the things I...

The Future of Fiction

On my course, they often ask us to complete writing activities, advising us that we can use fresh, new ideas, or extracts from a work in...

Flashes of Hope

Delighted to be able to announce that I am in print! My story 'A Little Help...' has been published in the anthology 'Flashes of Hope'....

Happy New Year!

2020's almost gone and, when all is said and done, the year has been a wee bit shit. But, to make the best of it, ​ there were some good...

I think

I think I always overthink I just cannot switch it all off, And try to catch a wink Of sleep at night My mind is bright with thoughts and...

A little flash...

He exited the lift to find himself almost looking into a mirror. The figure before him wore the same long black robe, carried the same...

​Climbing the wall

In writing, the wall can rear up in many ways. It can be a drought of inspiration or motivation; it can be caused by real world...

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About The Author

Gwynne Weir is a published author based in the United Kingdom.
A passionate reader and writer from a young age, she has always delighted in being able to create worlds of her own to explore.
Inspired by the likes of Stephen King, Terry Pratchett, and Neil Gaiman, her writing is often in the genres of Science Fiction and Fantasy. However, never one to be pigeon-holed, she has also published work outside of those genres and enjoys the challenge of stepping out her comfort zone.
A Primary School teacher in the daytime, Gwynne spends many of her out of school hours writing or collecting ideas for her Weired worlds. 
She also enjoys travelling with her husband. Both in the UK and in Europe, they have travelled by motorbike, campervan and on foot. They particularly enjoy exploring the secret places of Scotland.