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Fiona Lindsay

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I was lucky enough to grow up in a house full of books - including three shelves in the downstairs loo - so I've loved reading from an early age. I studied English Literature and began writing my first (very bad) novel at the age of 19.


I worked for many years in HR for the local council. Many of my colleagues were interesting and vibrant characters and I heard many human interest stories - great material for a writer.


The idea for my trilogy, The Kirklochy Chronicles, came from family holidays in the north of Scotland. I'm also a complete Londonphile, and the first book, The Consolation Prize tells the story of a Londoner who runs away to the Highlands following a broken romance, and juxtaposes the two very different locations.

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Fiona Lindsay I'd say the best ways are to go back to the last chapter you wrote and edit it, then try to move on to the next one. Either that, of jump to a scene…moreI'd say the best ways are to go back to the last chapter you wrote and edit it, then try to move on to the next one. Either that, of jump to a scene later on in the novel that you've got in mind - maybe a very dramatic or funny scene which should get the juices flowing again: you can always go back and fill in the gaps. (less)
Fiona Lindsay Lots of things! It's self expression - I think we all need creativity of some sort in our lives. If you're upset about something, you can get it down…moreLots of things! It's self expression - I think we all need creativity of some sort in our lives. If you're upset about something, you can get it down on paper and hone it until it becomes a piece of art. this helps it to make more sense. It's about communication of ideas. In a novel, it's your story and you are in control - so the shy girl can meet the hot guy and get to keep him forever. (less)
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