I have some exciting news today, and news of a book giveaway below… If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you may have heard me mention Miss Moonshine, the mysterious and redoubtable owner of a magical emporium in Haven Bridge, a fictional town in the north of England. For those who don’t know…… Continue reading Celebrating some exciting news with a paperback #bookgiveaway!
If you’ve followed my blog for a while, you’ll know I’m an editor and author of romantic fiction. Last week was a busy one for me as I tried to finish all the work on my schedule and answer any queries from clients before I go away to New Zealand in a few days, to…… Continue reading Why I’m fed up of defending romance writing
It’s December and the final authors’ Round Robin of the year. Since I love Christmas stories of all kinds, this has to be my favourite challenge of the the past twelve months: write a piece of fiction in the Christmas spirit. Hooray! First of all, if you’ve been following my blog for a while, you…… Continue reading Miss Moonshine’s Emporium at Christmas
Sometimes writing can be a lonely business. The only people you meet are the characters inside your head, and the only exciting things that happen are the ones you dream up. You are not friends with these interesting people you’re writing about, and these momentous events aren’t happening to you – you are, in fact,…… Continue reading How a group of authors became friends and inspired each other #amwriting #authorsontheedge
Working as a writer and editor means working alone a lot of the time, and to be honest, as an introvert this is something I enjoy. Some mornings, there’s nothing better than knowing you don’t have to talk to anyone but your dog, and my poor dog never seems bored of listening to me :)…… Continue reading A new and exciting writing project by nine northern authors