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Hello! I’m Jessica.I have stacked shelves, been a clerical serf, labelled library books, counselled addicts, toured Europe with an orchestra, and produced demos for rock bands. I ended up recording a talking newspaper for the local council and began to write in an effort to make sense of it all.

I live in my head, but can usually be found in the UK.

You can read more of my ramblings on my website.

Free Your Pen is home to my book on mind training for writers – a practical approach to freeing your mind from blocks and emotional issues that stop you from writing. The book is available in eBook and paperback.

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10 comments

  1. Hello Jessica. It’s inspiring to see your Lojong for writers website and see how you are incorporating Buddhist principles in your writing programs.. Your website came up in my search to find a way of having a screenplay taken up by a producer. It may be of interest to you as it’s basis is about how the first cars entered Tibet in 1906. It’s based on a true story about how a British officer (Francis O’Connor) found his way into Tibet, became a friend of The Panchen Lama and gave him an 8hp Peugeot. His entry into Tibet was stained with tragic circumstances which he managed to rise above. The story is full of Buddhist anecdotes and insights gleaned from O’Connors contact with Tibetans, including coming across a yogi in ‘dark retreat’. If you would like to see the synopsis or screenplay itself, let me know your email. I’ll look forward to your thoughts and will follow you with interest on facebook. You may see some aspects on the facebook page: Wheels in the Land of Snows.Kind regards. Peter Morgan

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  2. This is a great blog, especially the sections on writing craft. Thanks for posting — I look forward to reading more!

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