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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Celebrating the Launch of my #RomanceBook #IFFILA #NewAuthor

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Welcome to my virtual blog party! After 3 years and 6 months of blood, sweat, tears, endless cups of coffee, 12 drafts, 5 rewrites, many hours spent at the kitchen table, countless time spent gazing out of the window daydreaming, loads of sweaty author nightmares, millions of texts and emails to writers friends, a mind […]

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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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Why You Should Consider Writing A Trilogy #Writers @tonyriches

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When medieval historical fiction author Tony Riches contacted me to say that he had a fab guest blog post up his sleeve I was over the moon. When I read his guest blog post I felt like one of my big writing related questions had been answered. The question being – why should you consider writing […]

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Holiday Romances – The 5 Stages! #HolidayLove #romance

I am a BIG fan of holiday romances in films, fiction and in real life too (pre wedlock days obviously). Holiday romances can be both life changing and memorable. After some extensive research for this blog post (which involved quizzing friends about their holiday romances – very tough!) I have drawn up the five stages […]

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How To Accept You Are Writing In The Wrong Genre #writers

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When you start out as a writer you don’t get assigned a literary genre. It is not like Harry Potter where an enchanted hat is placed on your head and decides which literary genre team you should be in. Finding the genre that you are most comfortable with is just one of the many crazy […]

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How To Handle Too Many Ideas Syndrome #Writers #WritersLife

I suffer from Too Many Ideas Syndrome. This syndrome may sound great and a few of you might be raising a ‘seriously? – I can’t believe you are moaning about this’ eyebrow at me. In my case it is stressful, exhausting and causes me a serious amount of writer frustration. There are not enough hours in the […]

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