Blogging, Campervan Writer, Travel, Wellbeing

How One of My Travel Writing Goals Came True During Lockdown #CampervanWriter #Goals

If you check my bio on any of the social media platforms I use, you’ll see two words repeated over and over – writing and travel. You may think this means I’m the next Bill Bryson or Sara Wheeler, but sadly no. My travel adventures aren’t quite as epic as Antarctica. No, they’re more likely… Continue reading How One of My Travel Writing Goals Came True During Lockdown #CampervanWriter #Goals

Top 10 Blog Posts of 2019, Author Shelley Wilson
Authors, Blogging, Books, Fun Stuff, Top 10 Writing Tips

Top 10 Blog Posts of 2019 #Blogging #Top10WritingTips #BookReviews

Top 10 Blog Posts of 2019. I haven’t blogged as much as I would like this year, but the content I have shared has been well received by followers far and wide. In July, I launched my Top 10 Writing Tips feature, which proved to be incredibly popular with readers and writers alike. I thought… Continue reading Top 10 Blog Posts of 2019 #Blogging #Top10WritingTips #BookReviews

Kathryn Haydon, Jane Bheeman, Prognosis Guarded, Top 10 Writing Tips
Authors, Blogging, Books, Fiction, The Writing Process, Top 10 Writing Tips, Women's Fiction, Writing Tools

Top 10 Writing Tips by author Kathryn Haydon @HaydonKathryn #Top10WritingTips

Welcome to week 16 of our Top 10 Writing Tips by… feature. If you’ve missed any of the other top tip posts you can find them all HERE. Please feel free to pop over and connect with the wonderful authors who have taken part. Learning from mentors helps us to improve and evolve in our… Continue reading Top 10 Writing Tips by author Kathryn Haydon @HaydonKathryn #Top10WritingTips

Authors, Blogging, Books, Fiction, Indie Author, Non Fiction, Self Publishing, The Writing Process, Writing, Writing Tools

All Change… The Business of Writing #Writing #SmallBusiness

All Change… Self-publishing my first book in May 2014 changed my life in more ways than one. Not only did I accomplish a life-long dream, but it opened doors to many opportunities and events that I’d never considered before. Speaking Engagements: I still remember my first talk, when I clutched my cards in sweaty hands… Continue reading All Change… The Business of Writing #Writing #SmallBusiness

Authors, Blogging, Books, Fiction, Indie Author, Inspirational, Self Publishing, The Writing Process, Tuesday Book Blog, Women's Fiction, Writing

How Self-Publishing Improved my Mental Health by Lucy Mitchell @Blondewritemore #GuestPost

I'm thrilled to invite debut author Lucy Mitchell to share her publishing journey with us today, and I'm honoured to feature in her story. You are an inspiration, Lucy x How Self-Publishing My Book Helped Improve My Mental Health Guest Post by Author Lucy Mitchell Mad as it sounds, but self-publishing my romance novel has… Continue reading How Self-Publishing Improved my Mental Health by Lucy Mitchell @Blondewritemore #GuestPost

Blogging, Books, Non Fiction, The Writing Process, Tuesday Book Blog, Writing

Plan Your Blog Like a Pro #NewRelease #BloggingTips #Workbook

People blog for a variety of reasons. The why is going to be personal to you and your situation. Are you blogging for the fun of it, or are you blogging as part of your business? This is the question I ask all my blogging clients when we meet for our Blog Brainstorming Sessions and… Continue reading Plan Your Blog Like a Pro #NewRelease #BloggingTips #Workbook

Authors, Blogging, Book Review, Book Reviews, Books, Inspirational, Non Fiction, Wellbeing

#BookReview The Year of Less by Cait Flanders #TuesdayBookBlog #Addiction

Title: The Year of Less Author: Cait Flanders Category: Compulsive Behaviour/Financial Planning I found this book: Amazon's 'Customers Also Bought' feature My Review: If you follow my personal development blog, then you’ll know how important it is for me to challenge myself, learn, grow, and explore my mental and physical health as well as my… Continue reading #BookReview The Year of Less by Cait Flanders #TuesdayBookBlog #Addiction

Blogging, Books, Fiction, Fun Stuff, Non Fiction, Reading

10 Bookish Questions: “The Last Book I…” #Books

10 Bookish Questions: ‘The Last Book I…’ I discovered this fun post on Davida’s blog, The Chocolate Lady’s Book Review Blog, and thought I’d give it a go. 1. The last book I gave up on. Can’t remember the title but I do recall it was about vampires and ended up being a very bad… Continue reading 10 Bookish Questions: “The Last Book I…” #Books

Blogging, Books, Fiction, Fun Stuff, Historical Fiction, The Writing Process, Travel, Writing, Writing Tools, Young Adult

Writing Research – How I’m Using My Love of History #Vikings #WritingTips

Writing Research Writing fantasy fiction allows me to bend the rules, make stuff up, and be as creative as I want to be. I’ve invented realms, worlds, and races for my Guardian Series, I’ve run with a werewolf pack through Sherwood Forest in my Hood Academy Series, and I’ve turned little red riding hood into… Continue reading Writing Research – How I’m Using My Love of History #Vikings #WritingTips