I picked this book up at YALC and had no idea what I was getting myself in for. I was attracted by the cover, the blurb and the offer of a free tote bag.
This book was so much more than a resource on surnames.
I’ve done NaNoWriMo a few times before but never won, yet that doesn’t deter me.
This is a short story that packs a punch. If you want a quick read, then this short pacey page turner is for you.
My earliest reading memories are built on Roald Dahl’s books. His books brought joy and fear to my childhood and today I shall share those memories and my fondness for his characters.
I was fortunate enough to get an ARC copy of this book thanks to meeting Claerie through World Indie Authors.
If you are a fan of YA Literature then you need to check out this book festival. It runs annually in London during the last weekend of July and the book deals are so good you'll travel home like a pack donkey.
Being part of WIW has enabled me to see how self publishing could be a reality. One of my fears was that I had no idea where to start. The answer is WIW.
Sometimes in life people surprise you and this is a true story about a stranger paying it forward.
Felixstowe Book Festival wouldn't be complete if it didn't support the local writer groups. The festival is run by Felixstowe library so if you are looking for your local writing group I would suggest visiting your local library and asking the librarian if they have details of any. Maybe you will start one up?