Month: August 2020

However you lay your Eggs is when you’re Home – Five lessons from a Damp Squib Booklaunch

Ever had an image of the future that turned out to be everything you didn’t dream of? That was my book launch last summer, something of the sort (it seems) no one in the writing community really wants to talk about. One of my writer connections admitted to me she was amazed how many authors …

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Graves into Gardens

Last week I told you I’d introduce you to the project close to my heart and recipients of 10% of all sales of As If in every format. If you were not able to enagage with the social media campaign, I would value you checking out last week’s challenge here. Rather than elaborate more, I’d…

Tense Times

One of my longer-term goals is to become trained in grammatical prose and literary style. I am of an era where children did not learn creative English as a language and I consequently struggled with other languages too. There was a recent conversation in my author tribe community about the challenge of writing consistently with …

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