Why Some Stories Will Never Make It Out Of Your Notebook #AmWriting #Writer

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It has taken me a long time to accept this. When you start out as a writer, your ego assures you that ALL your stories will, at some point, turn into bestselling novels. You happily fill up an array of notebooks with stories, quietly confident, they will all feature somewhere in your future writing career. […]

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#BookReview Winter Wishes at Swallowtail Bay #romance @KatieGAuthor

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What I needed this week was a heart warming and uplifting romance – Katie Gingerโ€™s book Winter at Swallowtail Bay satisfied all my book needs! It is also a Christmas romance and has achieved the impossible – it got me feeling excited about Christmas! I know we are a few months away but with everything […]

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Different Types of Kisses ๐Ÿ’‹๐Ÿ’• #AmWritingRomance

Before anyone says anything about the topic for this post – I am a romance writer so this is the sort of tough and challenging research I have to do. *sigh* I am in the middle of my current project and bored with writing the same old kiss so I thought to myself; there MUST […]

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#BookReview The Cottage of New Beginnings @SnowProse #romance

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As itโ€™s the start of October I am getting excited about what I call snuggle reads. These are comforting romance reads which you can dive into whilst curled up on your sofa…with a soft blanket over your legs and a cup of soothing tea on the little table beside you. This book by Suzanne Snow […]

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#TuesdayBookBlog Stuck On You @PortiaMacintosh #romcom โค๏ธ ๐Ÿ“

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Donโ€™t you just love the excitement which comes with reading a book that ticks all of your favourite subject boxes? This book, Stuck on You, by Portia Macintosh brings together three of my favourite things in life; romance, Christmas and post-it-notes. What a clever idea – to start a romance via some interactions via post-it-notes! […]

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Things You Should Do With New Story Ideas #AmWriting

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I believe brand new story ideas should be handled with care and attention. Looking back I wish I had read a post like this when I was starting to take my writing seriously. I was so excited with my shiny new story ideas that I wanted to tell everyone I met about them. The trouble […]

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