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It was quite a week this week, well actually quite a Wednesday with two big writing things on. I shall cover the second on a separate post but the first took place at Seely School in Nottingham where I had been invited by Mark Barry (aka The Wizard of Notts!) to take part in one of the […]

Some of my most creative thoughts happen when on a dog walk, as do my best conversations with my dog-walking buddy. So I thought I’d invite some of my author friends along to join me and my girls and see if I can find out a little more about them and the book they’ve just […]

Some of my most creative thoughts happen when on a dog walk, as do my best conversations with my dog-walking buddy. So I thought I’d invite some of my author friends along to join me and my girls and see if I can find out a little more about them and the book they are releasing.

I was ever so slightly apprehensive about reading this book as I tend to steer clear of anything of a paranormal nature but I needn’t have worried. Tyler gives that side of things a light touch as she tells us about the choices Sophie Heron made in her earlier life that, on the run up […]

I would like to thank Randy Mixter for gifting me a copy of this book and although this was the first book I have read by this author it won’t be the last. Dave Burke cannot forget his past. Nor can he forgive himself for the tragedy that cost him everything he ever loved, a […]

Some of my most creative thoughts happen when on a dog walk, as do my best conversations with my dog-walking buddy. So I thought I’d invite some of my author friends along to join me and my girls and see if I can find out a little more about them and the book they’ve just […]

I’ve been tagged in the Work In Progress (WIP) Blog Tour by prolific contemporary drama and romantic suspense novelist Terry Tyler (thanks again, Terry!), who is currently writing a sequel, Last Child, to the very popular Kings & Queens.  You can read her post HERE and follow Terry on Twitter @TerryTyler4. 

Six months ago I hadn’t heard of flash fiction and I can’t remember what introduced me to it now but I really like it. I’ve had an attempt at writing it and after manhandling my novel loved bashing something so small into shape. I’ve even entered a competition that Huntingdon Writers’ Group were running – but […]