The Magic That Comes From Writing About Resilient Characters #AmWriting

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Last year I wrote a post on how writing about characters who reinvent themselves can spark a change in your own life. Back then writing about Pippa’s transformation in my book, Instructions For Falling In Love Again, had sparked enormous change in my own life. My post questioned whether writing about change had this magic ability to […]

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#BookReview A Sunset in Sydney @sandybarker #HolidayRomance #mustread

Don’t you just love an author who can read your mind?  At the end of the first book in this series, One Summer in Santorini, I was secretly hoping Sandy Barker’s heroine, Sarah Parsons, would ‘test’ out her two love interests for me so that I could see which one she should choose. I won’t […]

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#BookReview The Summer of Taking Chances @LynneB1 #SummerReading

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I really enjoyed this book about Emma and Jake being reunited again ten years after he broke her heart. I love the second chances trope in romance so I was ready for this. Plus I had never read anything by Lynne Shelby before. Overall it was a good and uplifting read. I also think there […]

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#BookReview Her Mother’s Secret @JanBaynham #Bookish

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This is one of those books which you can definitely see being turned into a much loved BBC dramatisation. It would make great viewing as there’s something for everyone in it; romance, mystery, drama and a bit of a thriller. I’m thinking a six part series and I’m undecided which role I want to be […]

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Writing & Assembling Flat Pack Furniture – The Similarities #WritingCommunity

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Here at BlondeWriteMore we (the dog and I) like to make important and thought provoking observations about the craft of writing. We are both hoping today’s post will resonate with a few of you. This post is dedicated to all those writers out there, who, like me, do not receive fully formed story ideas from […]

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Writing a Book & Being in a Relationship – The Similarities #AmWriting

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A few days ago I was reading an article about the 5 stages of relationships. This is how us romance authors like to roll in our spare time. I was supposed to be thinking about constructing fictional relationships but by the end of the article I was telling my uninterested loved ones, (who now can’t […]

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#BookReview The First Date @ZaraStoneley #Romance #Dating

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This book is a fun read and as an extra bonus it will make you reminisce about all of the first dates you might have experienced. As I have been with my loved one since the dawn of time this book also made me think about how I’d cope in this new dating world with […]

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