Here’s a sample from the first chapter of Dawn of the Dreamer, re-releasing 23rd October! An overwhelming fear seeped beneath my skin, forcing itself deep into my bones. My eyes adjusted to the darkness as my heart beat wildly in my chest, prompting me to crouch and melt into the thick bush around me. With… Continue reading Sneak Peek: Dawn of the Dreamer
I’ve spent the last few months going over the very first book I ever published, Dawn of the Dreamer. Although it meant time away from writing new projects, it was good to go back over my writing, see where I’ve grown and improved, and rework the book so it’s the best it can be for… Continue reading Cover Reveal: Dawn of the Dreamer
This month I got to chat with one of the loveliest authors I know, Sue-Ellen Pashley, author of Young Adult, Children and Middle Grade stories. LJ: Tell us a little about your books. SE: I love urban fantasy. I love the thought of weird and interesting things happening in our own world which most people… Continue reading Author Spotlight: Sue-Ellen Pashley
Here are 5 tips you need to know to help you stay inspired while you write: Create a writing routine. You’ve probably heard this a million times but it really does help. Whether you can spare an hour a day or three hours, setting aside the same time every day to write really helps… Continue reading Writing Tip Wednesday – 5 Tips you Need to Know!
I’ve answered some of the questions you posted on Facebook in the video below. My voice is a little fluey as I’m still getting over a cold but I hope you enjoy it. Want to see more video like this? Have something else you’d like me to talk about? Let me know in the comments… Continue reading Q & A Video
I’ve been super busy for the past month or so with my husband having his tonsils removed, taking on extra writing projects, and life in general, which has made it difficult to get a lot of reading done. But here are four of the books I read and enjoyed since my last review post. Ruthless… Continue reading Book Reviews
This short story is part of my short story collection, In Their Shoes. Illusion of Happiness delves into the mind of a mother struggling with depression, and although it’s short, I hope it opens your mind and heart as you take a walk in her shoes. Walking down the street, I smile as people pass.… Continue reading Illusion of Happiness