Writing My Second Novel: Things I Have Learned About Myself #MondayBlogs

Writing my second novel has been a ferocious two-year battle consisting of two strong-willed opponents; me versus my mind. My second novel (working title: Meet Me in Blue Cove Bay) is not finished by any means but one stage of this great battle has ended; after two years I have finally finished writing the story […]

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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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#BookReview Sunshine Over Bluebell Cliff @DellaGalton #WomensFiction

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When the TV weather forecasters informed me that the lovely warm UK weather was going to be replaced with a lot of rain and grey skies I yearned for some book escapism. I wanted to be whisked away (in my head) to a gorgeous location, get the chance to live in someone else’s shoes for […]

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#BookReview Willow’s Wedding Vows @DebbieViggiano #Romance

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Oh my goodness this book review is going to test my powers of not giving the game away! I can’t keep secrets. Did you know I have been called Lucy Loose Lips in my time? Debbie Viggiano is probably reading this and groaning πŸ™‚ You should all be lucky I don’t write thrillers because I’d […]

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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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