Tag Archives: novel

Has COVID-19 changed our Behaviour?

There is no doubt the coronavirus pandemic has altered our lives. Celebrating New Year 2020, who would have thought in the space of a few months there would be mass panic followed by three months of lockdown. But since the … Continue reading

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Entering the Final Phase of a #WIP

It’s been a while since I mentioned writing, especially my current work in progress (WIP). This standalone novel is a psychological thriller set in 2015 located in my home county of Sussex. Sadly my writing took a nose dive in … Continue reading

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Tales from UK Lockdown: Week 10

Adjusting to a Different World 26.5.2020 So we’ve been in lockdown for over 2 months but now the government have eased restrictions a little, I wonder if life can ever truly go back to how it was. Despite the negative … Continue reading

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Guest Post with Julia Firlotte My author journey

With the launch of her debut novel, ‘Trust In You,’ I am really excited to invite Julia Firlotte to my blog, to talk about her author’s journey. Julia is a local writer who I met last summer, at the Gribble … Continue reading

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Guest Post with Patricia M Osborne

Choosing a Title/Writing a Blurb Today it is my pleasure to have author Patricia Osborne as a guest on my blog. As part of our author’s networking group, she is our ‘Chindi Author of the Week’ which happens to coincide … Continue reading

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Knuckling Down to Writing Again

Since my last post I’ve followed my own advice, pursuing my dreams To be more specific WIP, Lethal Ties, is no longer an outline synopsis with a list of characters. I have bashed out the first six chapters and near … Continue reading

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Beautiful Spring Sunshine and Fresh Ideas

February has been an unexpected month full of highs and lows Let’s start with the lows. I’ve been shocked to hear sad news from a few friends concerning unforeseen health problems, some life threatening. It makes you realise how temporary … Continue reading

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Dipping into #Historic #Fiction with Rosemary Noble

Historic fiction is one of the many genres I enjoy and this month, I am enthralled to invite author Rosemary Noble to be a guest on my Blog. Rosemary is one of many writers in West Sussex I have met … Continue reading

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Rosebrook Chronicles (The Hidden Stories)

As 2018 is drawing to a close, it is time I revealed a little more about a new book I’ve been writing this year. The concept of this book of stories arose in Yorkshire, over 2 years ago, whilst visiting … Continue reading

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Researching Art by Sandra Danby

I am very pleased to welcome author, Sandra Danby, to feature on my Blog as a guest. In celebration of her new book, ‘Connectedness,’ Sandra talks about her research into the wonderful world of art. ‘Connectedness’ is the 2nd book … Continue reading

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