What’s even more distracting than a six-month-old baby? Oh yeah, the Internet.
Writer Abroad can’t help herself, so here are a couple hundred million pixels worth checking out. And when you’re done, it’s time to write. Really. Remember what Madeleine L’Engle once wrote: “Inspiration comes during work, not before it.”
Tongue-tied when it comes to writing in various tongues? Check out Geneva-based author Anne Korkeakivi’s article in The Wall Street Journal on how to write foreign words and dialogue.
Here's a novel idea: a museum based on a novel. Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk has a new museum in Istanbul.
How to write a book when you’re really, really busy? Writer Abroad makes notes on various pieces of paper that fly all over her apartment. Ashley Ream makes a spreadsheet.
Every week The Telegraph has a travel writing competition, offering a prize of £200 in the currency of your choice. Entries must be 500 words or less. Unfortunately, it's open only to residents of the UK.
Books that ship free to anywhere in the world. Now that’s what we writers abroad need. And 10% off until May 14.