#BookReview New Rules by Lily Hayden

This book, New Rules, by Lily Hayden contains two great characters; Kate and Ellie, some wonderful life advice and one of the most uplifting endings I have read lately. It was very relatable for me as it’s all about the corporate world, how we sometimes let a demanding job take over our life and lose […]

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Things To Consider When Making Your Characters Suffer #MondayBlogs

Have you ever had to inflict pain and suffering onto one of your much loved fictional characters? Have you ever reluctantly tipped a bucket full of life crap over two characters who have just found true love and as you you were doing it felt like you were betraying two old friends? Have you ever struggled […]

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#BookReview No Filter by Orlagh Collins #TuesdayBookBlog #Romance

I have two teenage daughters so there’s always a fresh supply of YA romance books lying on their carpet of clothes, shoes, makeup brushes, makeup wipes and Primark bags. Teenagers struggle to keep anything above floor level so you find most things by simply lifting up your slipper. While they party the night away, I […]

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Things I Consider When Writing Fictional Friendships In Romance Books #writing #amwritingromance 👫👯‍♀️

This post is based on my learnings from writing my debut romcom; Instructions For Falling In Love Again, everything I gleaned from working with two editors and reading a ton of contemporary romcom books featuring fictional friendships through my book blogging. I am going to be honest here. Until I started working with my editors, […]

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#BookReview Amazing Grace @KimTheBookworm #TuesdayBookBlog

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This book gave me a much-needed smile the night before an important job interview. For most of that week I had been stressing about this ninety minute interview, which included a half-hour quick-fire round of technical questions, and so I had a facial expression similar to that of a bulldog chewing on a thistle. Locked […]

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Write What You Know, And What You Don’t Know @evgaughan #Writer

One of my favourite authors is here on my blog today. After reading Evie Gaughan’s wonderful book, The Mysterious Bakery on Rue de Paris I nearly caught a ferry over to the West Coast of Ireland to meet her in person. This is what good books can make you do. Seriously, you write a cracking […]

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10 Things I’ve Learned About Writing A Novel @toodletinkbaby #Books

Here are my reasons for letting author Roxie Cooper guest post on BlondeWriteMore today: Her guest post is fab. It is written from the heart and it resonated with me in so many places. She has the name ‘Roxie’. Anyone who has same first name as my fictional character Roxy Collins is always welcome on my blog. […]

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