Sarah shares a little about herself and her debut novel What Are Friends For in this Behind the Book interview.
I never thought I needed one. But now I have used one, I wish I’d got one sooner.
I had so much fun creating this photo that I thought I’d share how I did it so you can try it too.
Over the years, I've found ways to make editing easier. Today, I will share my methods to help you and other writers.
Check out my #Behindthebook interview with Elexis Bell about her book Annabelle. #CoReadingVirus
Some people can't name their novel until they have finished whereas I can't start my novel until I have a name for it. Here are some tips on how to name your novel and the titles my novel has had.
This post will share my ambition to traditionally publish and why that dream has changed to wanting to be an indie author. #indieauthor
It is important to regularly reflect on your goals. Twelve months is a long time and needs can change. It also helps you to stay accountable and not lose sight of what you are aiming to achieve. This is why I check in on myself every three months. Here is how I am progressing towards these.
Here are my thoughts on how NaNoWriMo 2019 went...
People say I’m hard to buy for but its codswallop! I’m passionate about my writing making gift buying a doddle... if you understand what writers want. If you are looking for ideas to gift the writer in your life you’ve come to the right place.