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
Here are 5 tips you need to know to help you stay inspired while you write: Exercise, meditate, and listen to music to refresh your mind. If you worked in a labour intensive job you’d come home from a days work and rest to rejuvenate your body and allow it to repair so you could… Continue reading Writing Tip Wednesday – 5 Tips you Need to Know!
Over the weekend I hosted a writing weekend for eight local writers. We all write across an array of different genres, have different goals for our writing, and are at different stages in our writing ‘career’ but we all share a love of writing. We used the weekend to not only get down as many… Continue reading 10 Simple Steps to Hosting a Writing Weekend
It’s crazy how far I’ve come since I published my first book, Dawn of the Dreamer in 2015. I could never have imagined that three years later I’d have published nine full length novels and a book of short stories with many more on their way. To celebrate how far I’ve come and how much… Continue reading Thursday Throwback
I was having a conversation this week and was asked what it’s like to work alone as a writer, and as we spoke I realised I don’t do this alone at all. I knew there were plenty of people who helped me, and I’ve always tried to thank everyone as often as I could for… Continue reading My Tribe