Originally posted on kirstyes:
I saw this tote bag from Daydreaming Designs and immediately thought ‘Jeez that’s one of my catchphrases’.? DD is a new venture by Faye Rogers (@daydreamin_star) with exclusive designs printed up once minimum orders have been reached).? Find out more, and pre-order your copy here. You only have until 29th October…

Since I joined the Indie publishing scene back in 2013, I have read SO many times the advice, nay instruction, ‘thou shalt not publish without having your work professionally edited/proof read/beta read’. But I have a guilty secret… I don’t use editors or proof readers. Gasp! Isn’t my work trash? Well, apparently not, if my […]

Originally posted on Journey To Ambeth:
My lovely author-and bloggy-friend Sacha recently released her excellent writing craft book, 13 Steps To Evil – How To Craft A Superbad Villain, which I would recommend as essential to any writer. Today, she’s released the accompanying workbook. Here, in her own words, she tells us what we’ll find…

I took another of my occasional side trips into a genre I rarely read – in this case, historical romance. For me, the inevitable outcome of a romance novel is usually a bit of a dampener, but this one had enough intriguing hooks for me to want to give it a try – the Scottish […]

I shared this technique earlier on Marcia Meara’s blog, THE WRITE STUFF, while Marcia continues her clear up after the destruction visited upon her home by Hurricane Irma. I am not a full time writer. Like a lot of others, I have to fit my writing time around my full time business. And my business is […]

Just Released: THE A-Zs of Worldbuilding by Rebekah Loper   About the book Worldbuilding is the ultimate act of creation for speculative fiction writers, but how exactly do you worldbuild? You ask ‘what if’ and use each answer as a springboard to more questions and answers about your fictional world. In The A-Zs of Worldbuilding, […]

Originally posted on Darrienia: The Forgotten Legacies Series:
Cassie, a water sprite, had been living alone within the lochs for centuries, but as man adapted and developed so too did their technology. Plumbing made things particularly tricky for an elemental who likes to stay in her water form. Eventually she surrendered and moved to land…

What a lovely surprise to find this wonderful new review of THE PRINCE’S MAN on Sally Cronin’s fabulous blog ‘Smorgasbord‘ . If you haven’t yet discovered Sally’s blog, take a look – the title really does describe it to a tee. 5.0 out of 5 stars Elves, Magic, and Spies–what a fast-moving tale By Jacqui Murray VINE VOICE on September 7, […]

★.•**•.★ Soul Warrior Book Blast ★.•**•.★  15th to 17th September, 2017     The Age of Kali is a series of mythic fantasy novels by international bestselling novelist Falguni Kothari. The first book of the series, Soul Warrior, introduces readers to a fictional law-governed Cosmos made up of heavenly, demonic and human realms and its […]

Haven’t done one of these for a while, but most of this year has been a blur of work with no time for sightseeing. I managed to cram an entire day off into the schedule on the end of my last Highland trip and decided to play the tourist. We’ve actually owned a property nearby […]