BONUS – Nathan O’Hagan – The Epilogue

In the first of our new shorter bonus episodes – THE EPILOGUE -we delve deeper with an extra talking point not covered in our main author interviews.

Last week’s guest, Nathan O’Hagan talks about the difficulties of motivating yourself to write around the pressures of life and work. If you haven’t done so yet, go and check out Nathan’s full interview here.

After spending most of his teens and twenties in various unsuccessful bands, Nathan eventually turned his hand to writing.  In 2013 he self published a short fiction collection, “Purge”. A year later his first completed novel, “The World Is (Not) A Cold Dead Place” was published by Armley Press. He’s also written a screenplay and another series of short stories which he may self publish in the future. He regularly writes features and reviews for the online fanzine God Is In The TV and his latest psychological thriller, Out Of The City is available on Amazon He’s recently started his own small press – Obliterati with fellow author and friend of the show, MW Leeming.

Follow Nathan on Twitter or check out his Facebook page here.

How do you motivate yourself to write? Do you struggle to balance Writing with other life and work committments? Share your thoughts in the comments below or get in touch on Twitter.

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About Wayne

Editor and Soundman for MGL Media (@mglmedia) and currently completing debut novel 'Safe Hands'. Love writing, running, and hosting The Joined Up Writing Podcast. Follow @MrKelly2u and say hello.
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