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THE END, two words that carry a large emotional load for a writer. For some writers, typing THE END, whether literally or figuratively, brings an enormous sense of relief because they have finally finished working on a project that might well have been a struggle, while for others there is a tremendous sense of loss... Continue Reading →
Would you change your life? This is something I’ve thought about from time to time and, temporarily at least, I feel as though I’ve come up with my own personal answer. We all have thinks we regret, thing we have either said or done, or things we have not said or done, but would we... Continue Reading →
As someone who suffers from stress, anxiety and depression I have always found it easy in the past to turn the smallest of molehills in the largest of mountains. No matter what happened I was likely to view a problem as the worst thing to ever happen to me, with the all too real possibility... Continue Reading →
I never considered the possibility that posting about the occasions when my writing journey hasn’t gone quite the way it’s supposed to (and occasionally when it’s gone totally tits up) could be a good thing. I’ll have to try and remember this, it’s some great advice.
Writing is not easy. If you have ever found yourself forcing out a few words, whilst listening to a crowd of negative voices in your head or staring miserably at 1567 glorious words you wrote yesterday, which now read like utter drivel, you will understand.
Social media doesn’t help. There are days when it feels like everyone else has the perfect writing life. They’ve exceeded their daily word count targets, planned a wonderful book marketing campaign, made contact with an interested agent and taken over every form of social media known to mankind…all before lunch.
You, on the other hand have not written anything since you woke up because you can’t find your favourite pen, the coffee machine is on the blink, you are still nursing an eight-day cold and the kids are running riot.
It’s on days like these when we need to read about other writers and their…
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Following my recent article on deciding to use beta readers for my last two books, I thought it would be nice to give a shout out to the three lovely ladies who took on the task of helping me to make my books the best they can be. The ladies in question are Carole P... Continue Reading →
To Beta Or Not To Beta - This is the question to which I now have an answer, and the answer is....To Beta. WHEN I FIRST STARTED PUBLISHING, I was against the idea of using beta readers, for a number of reasons: I was afraid of being told what I had written was rubbish and... Continue Reading →
Hello and welcome to Bookworms Discover, a new and unique indie book promotion site that will officially launch in January of 2018. What makes us unique? Well for starters, Bookworms discover will only feature free books by up and coming indie authors who might not be on your radar yet, and we’ll only feature up... Continue Reading →
Now available A Perfect Pose Inspector Stone Mysteries #3 What connects the murder of a teen model and an assault on her photographer stepbrother? Three months ago, Nathan Stone lost his family in a deadly blaze. On enforced leave from the department, he sinks into a deep pit of despair, but the discovery of a... Continue Reading →