There were honestly times I wasn’t sure if I’d ever finish writing this book, but something about the story never left my mind and yesterday I wrote ‘The End’ on the first book in my brand new fantasy series tentatively called ‘The Balloonist.’ The number of characters and world building were at times fun and… Continue reading It’s finished!
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!
When someone you care about passes away, especially when they’re young and their life is cut short, it not only rocks you and the people who loved them, something shifts inside of you. This happened to my family at the end of last year and everything we went through together has reshaped the way I… Continue reading What happened when I stepped back…
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
I’m so happy to be able to say I’m officially 100% self published again and am equally as excited to share the new cover for Utopia: Secrets of Aurora, book one which re-launches today at just $0.99! You can grab it FREE with Kindle Unlimited! Leaving my publisher and taking my rights back has been… Continue reading Utopia’s NEW cover!
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!