I’ve avoided posting about the current situation because, a) You’re already being bombarded with it 24/7 from the news, social media, and no doubt every conversation you’re having inevitably drifts to the virus. And b) As someone who has had depression and anxiety in the past I’m doing my best to not overload myself with… Continue reading 10 Ways to Keep Your Sanity
If you follow me on Instagram you would’ve probably noticed my family have gone through some big changes in the past few months. My husband and I made the big decision last year to move to his home town onto a property. As if that wasn’t a big enough change, we also decided to minimalize… Continue reading I’ve gone tiny!
On Saturday I spent the day with a bunch of awesome writers in Authors Alley at Rockhamptons Capricon! It was a great day of meeting readers and writers, and seeing people dressed up in some of the most amazing costumes. Fingers crossed I get the opportunity to do it all over again in 2020. Here… Continue reading Capricon 2019
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!
When I finished writing the Secrets of Aurora series there was one character who was crying out to have his story written… SETH! So, I’ve decided to not only write a short story about how Seth came to live at the Freedom Camp as one of Prophet Brent’s disciples, but also to send it to anyone… Continue reading Seth’s story is coming…
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!
Fletcher is Aurora’s best friend and the one person she has always been able to rely on. He supports Aurora in everything she does and leaves his life of luxury to help her uncover the truth of the floating cities. So let’s find out more about Aurora’s right hand man… LJ: What was it like having… Continue reading Character Interview: Fletcher Saxby
Since I published my first book, Dawn of the Dreamer in January 2015, I’ve learned so much not only about writing but everything that comes with it. Book publishing is the kind of industry where things are always changing. This can be frustrating at times, but it also means there is always room for growth,… Continue reading Writing Tip Wednesday – 5 tips you need to know!
Aurora is the feisty red-head from the Secrets of Aurora series, and today she’s going to answer some of the questions you have for her. She’s walked kilometres, faced death and loss, and has hit her head more times than anyone can count. So here she is, Aurora Adams… LJ: Let’s kick it off with… Continue reading Character Interview: Aurora Adams