This a summary of the highs and lows of my writing this month. Editing Ocean Heart Maybe I’m too ambitious but I’ve not achieved the word count I wanted to. I had a few days feeling rundown and a few days where the heat gave me a killer headache. And, editing isn’t something you can … Continue reading Writing Progress: May
Discover how Pagan went from horror to fantasy and got traditionally published.
I had so much fun creating this photo that I thought I’d share how I did it so you can try it too.
Once you delve into indie books, you’ll want to discover more. Here is the best place to discover them. #CoReadingVirus #indiebooks
This year I will be publishing and sharing my journey. This post shares how you can be the first to know and get access to exclusive deals. #bookbloggers #yafiction #yafantasy
I have always wanted to write a novel about faeries so this was to be a fun read and research into how someone else has done it.
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You are going to want to save this blog post. This post is going to share all the links to the previous hashtag series in one place but it's going to do more than that. It's going to share my final tips to help out any writer getting started on Instagram.
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.
Writing a novel is mainly a solitary project that you work on for months. And, when you type ”The End” it is a huge achievement, but what do you do next?