5 Tips For Maximising Your Writing Time @KimTheBookWorm #AmWriting

#KimNash #Books

I am thrilled to have author Kim Nash on my blog today. Kim is the author of heartwarming and feel-good fiction. I am halfway through her new book, Moonlight Over Muddleford Cove. Kim’s books are good for the soul. They are uplifting romances with relatable characters and generous spoonfuls of humour. So, please, welcome, Kim […]

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Does Your Story Require More Cooking Time? #AmWriting

#WritingCommunity #WritingTips

Your story idea is busy cooking on the creative stove inside your head. It will bubble away nicely under a steady heat as you go about your daily business. One day you will get a delicious whiff of your story in the form of an interesting scene or a quirky character and your excitement will […]

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Author Newsletters – My Top 10 Tips @eroyalauthor #MondayBlogs

I have been threatening to do a newsletter for sometime but haven’t felt like I know enough about the subject to whip one up. So, you can imagine my excitement when historical romance author Emily Royal told me she had a guest blog post for me on the subject of newsletters. Now, I am on […]

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5 Tips For Writing Comedy @AnnaBell_Writes #AmWriting #Romcom

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I am super excited because the author of heart-warming and funny romantic comedies Anna Bell has come to take over my blog today. She’s going to share with us her tips on writing comedy and I am hoping she will also tell us about her book which I can’t wait to read as it sounds […]

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Another Path To Getting Published #GuestPost Author Kim Findlay @missheyer74

#WritingCommunity

I am delighted to bring you a guest post from romance author Kim Findlay. I am so glad my blog has enabled me to connect with Kim. She’s not only following her dream by writing romance books for Harlequin but she also spends her time writing and….sailing around the Caribbean. I am sure if things […]

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Networking For Writers #BookReview #Writers @Lizzie_Chantree

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As a writer and author this book caught my attention so when the book blog tour came up I couldn’t type ‘yes please’ fast enough. This book is fabulous. Reading it can be likened to sitting down with a good writer friend, in my head over a creative lunch. *I miss these so much.* Whilst […]

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How To Deal With Too Many Fictional Characters Inside Your Head #Writer

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It’s not easy being a writer. We find ourselves drawn to tweed based outfits, berets, Twitter, book shops and attractive notebooks. We stare into space a lot, walk around with pencils permanently tucked behind our ears, get excited over word counts, cover our walls in post it notes and lose ourselves while reading books. One […]

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