Guest Post – Anthony Neil Smith

The Method to My Madness: Writing Edition By Anthony Neil Smith It begins with coffee. Every day begins with coffee. Only two cups, with cream and fake sugar, as I settle down to watch some news while my eyes adjust to the new day. Then I approach the shrine of my goat head skull and … Continue reading Guest Post – Anthony Neil Smith

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Guest Post: Lick My Dip… spicing up your post

There’s a broil of creativity in the air when you walk through a London market. You can almost taste it. The passion for good food and the zeal in traders’ eyes as they tell you about their dish is infectious, and there’s one sustained theme that burns brightly across the board: Spicy! London has long … Continue reading Guest Post: Lick My Dip… spicing up your post

Guest Post: Top 4 Swimming Pools in London

Swimming is one of the best kinds of exercise because it uses many muscle groups, rarely results in injury and provides an excuse to find out what your crush looks like in a swimming costume. Seriously though, swimming strengthens the respiratory system and kicks your metabolism in to gear, helping you break down that winter … Continue reading Guest Post: Top 4 Swimming Pools in London

Do you need a mentor?

Today marks the launch of the WoMentoring Project and their website.  Exciting times!  Not sure what it's all about?  Keep reading for more information. About? The WoMentoring Project exists to offer free mentoring by professional literary women to up and coming female writers who would otherwise find it difficult to access similar opportunities. The mission … Continue reading Do you need a mentor?

My Guest Post!

Hi ya'll.... I took a break from blogging here on The London Diaries to pop over to my friend Emma's blog and review The Striker's Chance by Rebecca Crowley!  Have a look!

Guest Post: Science Fiction vs. Fantasy by Irene Helenowski

Author Irene Helenowski stops by The London Diaries to talk about her novel "Order of the Dimensions"....So I was having lunch with a good friend of mine and we were discussing how to increase my book sales.  My work is science fiction and I consider myself a purist, i.e., no paranormal anything in my writing. … Continue reading Guest Post: Science Fiction vs. Fantasy by Irene Helenowski

London Calling by A J Waines

Debut Author, A J Waines, explains why London is so special to her and why her psychological suspense novel, The Evil Beneath, could only be set there. No matter where I am, my heart will always be in London. I lived there for fifteen glorious years and it is still my favourite city in the … Continue reading London Calling by A J Waines