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Happy NaNoWriMo! I can't believe it's actually here! October seemed to fly by as I prepared as much as I could for starting my new manuscript! For anyone who doesn't know, NaNoWriMo is National Novel Writing Month. It takes place in

I’ve never been someone who properly journals, I’ve tried but I’ve never stuck with it, partly because it felt a bit awkward, but mainly because of the amount of time it takes. What I have been able to maintain for

Isn't 'Twixmas' a great word to describe this time of the year? I only heard it for the first time this week and love it. Oh, and do you like my llama (in the featured image)? His name is Larry and

For me, reading, like for so many other people, is the best form of escapism – without even leaving your home you can travel to different lands or different times, or even worlds, and become engrossed in the lives of

One of the few disspiriting aspects of being a writer is having your work pirated. It doesn’t make a difference whether you’re an independent author, selling just a few hundred copies of your books a year, or a bestseller, with

Nowadays social media means it's wonderfully easy to find out all sorts of things about your favourite authors. You can see photos of their cats and dogs, their homes, their children

Romantic fiction is often given a bad press - it's seen as too pink, too light, and too predictable, but I firmly disagree. Here's why I decided to write romance, and why I'm very proud to be an author of