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Self publishing: What I know now that I didn’t know then

I’ve been quiet recently on the self publishing front, but I really wanted to give you all a quick update this week. Sometimes I do wonder if I choose quite the right times to publish novels? Think: Moving house (well, country in fact!), selling belongings, organising schools for my children back in England,arranging leaving parties […]

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Part 4 of my Self-Publishing Journey: Changing Mindset

It’s been a little while since I’ve written anything about my journey of self-publishing. Unsurprisingly, this doesn’t mean nothing’s been happening. On the contrary, things have been bubbling away this end and the most important thing to have happened in the past weeks has been the least expected, an evolution on the mental rather than […]

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Friday Fictioneers ✮ Flash Fiction 100 words ✮ Blindwalking

Friday Fictioneers is a weekly flash fiction writing challenge, hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. The challenge is to write a complete short story in 100 words, using the photo prompt as inspiration. Why not have a go at it? It’s certainly challenging, but fun! Here is my offering: Blindwalking ‘Put it away!’ he pleads, my nose […]

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Part 3 of my Self-Publishing Journey: The other side of the tunnel

In my previous blog charting part 2 of my self-publishing journey, I confessed that I had fallen out of love with my novel in quite a big way and that I was struggling significantly to move forwards with it. Well…I am pleased to say that I have emerged through the other side of what often […]

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Friday Fictioneers ✮ Flash Fiction 100 Words ✮ Leafy Abundance and Loneliness

Photo Credit © Sarah Potter Once a week, Rochelle Wisoff-Fields from Friday Fictioneers provides a photo and invites anyone up for the challenge to write a complete short piece of fiction of 100 words inspired by the picture. This is a task of precision; of making each word count. It’s great fun! Why not have a […]

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Writing Motherhood: A Creative Anthology

This blog post is long overdue, but I wanted to mention a new anthology that I feature in! Named Writing Motherhood – A Creative Anthology, this collection has been edited by Carolyn Jess-Cooke and features a chorus of female voices amongst writers and poets on the ‘wonders and terrors’ of motherhood. Encompassing post-natal depression, maternal instincts, miscarriage to […]

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Friday Fictioneers ✮ Flash Fiction 100 words ✮ The Redemption of Black Ice

When I get the time (the big “when”), I love writing short stories. So what better than to write some flash fiction, which is very short stories. Not long ago I discovered Friday Fictioneers, hosted by an author, Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. Each week she posts a photograph and writers are invited to contribute a complete piece […]

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Part 2 of my Self-Publishing Journey: Confession Time!

Ok, time to ‘fess up and give you the second instalment of how I’ve been getting on since I last wrote about my new adventures in self-publishing. (Click here in case you missed that post). First off, my ‘beta reader’, in other words, my trusted reader who will give my finished manuscript the once-over has […]

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Friday Fictioneers ✮Flash Fiction 100 Words ✮ Three Days to Go

Photo Credit © Dale Rogerson Three days to go   Three days to go.   I get them all round. Friends since I-don’t-know-when. We order pizza, paint our toenails violent red, sing along to Nina Simone. First bottle of wine, they tell me how happy I look. I pick at a slice of pepperoni; try not […]

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