One of my highlights of 2014 was being asked to take part in the Brilliant Books Project at Seely School in Nottingham. The purpose of this project is to encourage reluctant readers with the aim of inspiring them to choose a book to take home to read. If you want to see how I got on and possibly view an embarrassing video of me (if you really have to!) then click on the link and enjoy!
My second appearance on Brilliant Books took place recently at Nottingham Free School and you can read all about it right here! I loved it 🙂
I was interviewed by the very impressive Miss Khushi Kaur on I Am My Mummy’s Happiness
I was honoured to find Thicker than Water on the Favourite Opening Lines post on Between the Lines
Elizabeth chats with… Georgia Rose (Elizabeth Ducie)
The Brilliance of Small Characters on Between the Lines
Top Reads of 2017 – Between the Lines
My Favourite Books of 2017 – Lost in a Good Book
The Two Lines that Sparked Parallel Lies – Behind the Willows
The Importance of Beta Readers – Sassy Redhaired Book Reviews
I was delighted to find another author, Anna Rashbrook, who writes about horses, dogs, drama and romance (not necessarily in that order!) and was invited onto her blog, So Where’s the Snow?
Colleen Story invited me onto her Writing and Wellness Blog and I was totally honest in my responses to her questions – It got a great response from many other writers who have the same struggles.
Jeanne Felfe, who has said some wonderful things about Parallel Lies, has a lovely blog and I enjoyed my visit to have a Chat with her in August 2019.