#BookReview Out of Touch by @HalehAgar & Debut Author Q&A #TuesdayBookBlog

This book, Out of Touch, by debut author, Haleh Agar, has rocketed up my own 2020 Book Favourites List. This book is so good it needs to be shouted about. Out of Touch was published at the start of April and in light of everything that’s happening we need to shout a little louder about […]

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#BookReview That Night in Paris #romance @sandybarker

I loved Sandy’s first book, One Summer in Santorini and I didn’t think she’d beat that in terms of reader enjoyment but…I was wrong. Oh my goodness – That Night in Paris is now my favourite (sorry Sandy x). On this blog I like to create new lingo so I think the phrase – ‘I’m going […]

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How to Dress Like a Writer – 5 Key Writer Looks. #WritersLife

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This is the perfect activity for lockdown. If you’ve ever dreamed about becoming a writer and want to master that writer look or you might be a fully fledged writer but don’t feel you are owning that creative look, read on. Here are 5 key looks for writers which could be easily created during lockdown: […]

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A Train From Penzance to Paris #BookReview @PaperDollWrites

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It has been a few weeks since I have done a book review. It has done me good to have a break so here I am – bright eyed and bushy tailed. I was drawn to this book, A Train From Penzance to Paris,’ by its pretty cover. My book loving heart swelled at the […]

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The Good Things That Come From Tough Writing Times

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I’ve had my share of tough writing times. I’ve experienced rejection, written blog posts about my creativity drying up, moaned about my writing, cried about my writing, had sleepless nights about crater-sized plot holes, written lengthy emails to writing friends about my troubling procrastination levels and filled out lots of diary pages about writing failures. […]

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