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
I'm not a fan of the whole "New Year, New You" concept. I've always thought it was hokey, cheesy and so on. With that being said, 2016 was a craptacular year and I want to do everything I can to make 2017 better. I want it to be a year full of awesome and happiness. … Continue reading A year full of awesome
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?
I don't think I've ever done a post about some of the blogs I read, and shame on me for that! As a blogger, I love reading other blogs and interacting wth fellow bloggers. I'm subscribed to quite a few on WordPress, Bloglovin' and by email so there's always something to look at. I've selected … Continue reading A little bit of lovin’…
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
There is something about a powerful love story that is impossible to beat. From Lizzie and Darcy to Bella and Edward, romances in literature endure because they give us everything a good book should: excitement, passion, intrigue, thrills, heroines and heroes galore, all bound up in a promise of escapism that can take us miles … Continue reading It’s the Summer of Romance by Victoria Fox
First off, big thanks to Steph for allowing me to “fill in” for an entry while she’s away. I don’t remember when, but at some point in time, I pulled my Senior English binder from its storage bin and put it in a corner of my home office. I probably had the intent of going … Continue reading I Suck At Catchy Titles, But This Is Still Worth Reading… by Montana Mullins