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Traditional or Indie publishing – which is right for you?

I’m in the process of giving my blog a spring clean, deleting old, out-of-date posts and generally tidying up, and I thought it would be fun to share this, my very first post! I wrote this back in 2013, prior to self-publishing my first novel.  Have my opinions changed since then? Take a look, and […]

#Amwriting – I’ve FINISHED!!! Plus, #ThorsDaySmile

If this blog is a little quiet just now, I apologise. For those of you who’ve been pestering me with the same question: “when’s the next book coming out?” – well that’s why! The first draft of Prince’s Man Book 2 is FINISHED – yay!!! I still have tons of editing, and the cover to […]

RIP Tanith Lee – a true genius of #fantasy and #horror #writing

The sad news has just filtered out of the death (on Sunday, May 24th, 2015) of Tanith Lee, prolific author of fantasy and horror. She was the first woman to win the British Fantasy Award (1980) and was recognized just a couple of years ago at the World Fantasy Convention with a Lifetime Achievement Award […]

Traditional or Indie publishing – which is right for you?

It’s decision time – which route will you take? Pursue a traditional publishing deal or go Indie? I’m sorta hedging my bets just now, and trying for the hybrid route (bit of both), but on many grounds I’m leaning more and more towards the Indie route for a whole heap of reasons. Thought I’d share […]