This week I'm asking quite an important question... where do you write?
I used to write in cafes, by rivers, on trains, on the sofa and all over the show. I also used to get really bad back and neck problems. "Are these linked?" I wondered. Er... yes. More than that however I started to realise that where I wrote had an impact on my mood and productivity. I found my own space that meant I was working. This is what we get down to talking about this week and I hope you can join in and let us know where you write and if you are like 'Old Me' whether we can help convince you to find somewhere new to be a writer. Let me know how you get on and I will see you next week...
After studying History at Bristol University, Cesca went on to work as a TV Presenter for four years on various pre-recorded and live shows. She taught History for seven years and became a Housemistress at a Secondary boarding School in Berkshire.
Since winning a writing competition for the best opening paragraph to a novel, Cesca has won or been placed in prestigious short story competitions for: Women and Home, Wells Festival of Literature, Grace Dieu and has also had short stories published in the Sentinel Champion and Sunday People Magazine.
She has written regular reviews and features for the popular women’s fiction website Novelicious and now films weekly vlogs to help wannabe writers for www.writersandartists.co.uk. She lives in Bradfield with her husband and their brood of ex-battery chickens.
The Silent Hours is her first novel.