Hello and welcome to August! I know, here already! Just picked this little gem from my TBR pile and I wasn’t disappointed. It’s classifed as fiction, but it’s more like romantic fiction. I could offer a spoiler here, but I won’t! A Rural Affair Welcome to the world of Poppy Shilling a mother of twoContinue reading “A Rural Affair by Catherine Alliott – A Book Review”
Those of you who have been following my blog for some time know that I am a huge fan of this British crime author. Many of her novels have been bestsellers including the Sunday Times Bestsellers list (not too shabby)! And for good reason. Martina Cole has carved out a niche for herself as notContinue reading “Betrayal – Martina Cole Book Review”
Hello and greetings from London. I trust all is well in your world. Snap, by British author Belinda Bauer is classified as a crime novel and in theory is it. But it is a crime novel with a difference.
To write is to express To write is to shine a light on all that is unseen Or misunderstood To give hope To illuminate all that is hidden Within you To write is to bring joy Forever more! Thank you everyone for your continued support during 2018 and before that. All your likesContinue reading “Write Away: Poem”
Well, look, listen this is worth some consideration. Have you ever had one of those moments, when you are trying to write something, a novel, a short story or a piece of poetry and nothing is coming, you can’t find the words? Or you start something and then decide you don’t like it, do aContinue reading “Creative Writing: Love It Or Hate It!”
So you want to be a writer? Well done, you have taken a brave step! Many have gone before you and failed!
Were you wondering what a jackdaw was? So was I, so I looked it up. A jackdaw is a bird belonging to the crow family. And if you want to discover the relevance of a jackdaw to the title of this crime novel, then you are going to have to read the book!
I have just finished reading Cold Granite, a novel by the Scottish writer Stuart MacBride. You know the sort of scenario for us writer types. You have just finished reading one book and are looking for your next great read…
Well, if as a budding writer you are experiencing this emotion, now or have in the past, then let me give you a very warm welcome to the club!
Well… I get up at the crack of dawn, lets say about 5.30 am, beaver away until coffee time, typing, typing, typing. Then after coffee, I work flat out say until lunchtime working on whatever draft I am doing whether it be a short story or a novel. Then I break for an hours lunch. AfterContinue reading “My Typical Day!”