I’m delighted to welcome author Patrick Johns as he hops onto my blog for a quick chat about his latest book, The Lost Soul, as part of his fabulous Book Tour! Be sure to check out the other stops and support the bloggers and author. Tell us a little about yourself. (How did you get… Continue reading #BookTour The Lost Soul by @patjohnswrites #AuthorInterview #Fantasy #Adventure
Colleen M. Story was one of the first people I connected with when I joined Twitter as a newbie writer many (many!) years ago. I loved her articles and found her content incredibly helpful on my learning journey. I was also honoured to write a guest post for Colleen’s fabulous site. It was only right… Continue reading Author Interview with Colleen M. Story @colleen_m_story #NewRelease Your Writing Matters #TuesdayBookBlog #Writing
As the toilet and shower blocks are open on campsites across the UK I took advantage of a week in beautiful Ullswater My lakeside pitch
Since becoming more active on LinkedIn, I’ve met so many amazing people. From fellow authors, business owners, coaches and artists to charity organisations and jewellery makers. The platform never fails to supply a never-ending stream of great connections. One such lovely lady is my guest today. I was hooked on Beth Anne Campbell’s posts within… Continue reading Author Interview with Beth Anne Campbell @thebeann #BusinessBook #HumanResources #TuesdayBookBlog
Today’s guest on my author interview is Nutritional Therapist and Presenter on Early Years TV Food, Louise Mercieca. We chat about Louise’s debut book (a family cook book with a twist!), her passion for sharing her knowledge, and working on a potato farm in Australia. Tell us a little about yourself. (How did you get… Continue reading Author Interview with @LouiseMercieca1 #Nutrition #ChildrensWellbeing #TuesdayBookBlog How Food Shapes Your Child
I’m delighted to be part of the County Lines Road Blog Tour with Jane Gilley and My Bookish Life. Book Blurb: Next-door-neighbours, Karen and Terri, have always tried to do right by their errant kinds. But when a simple joyride goes horribly wrong and Tomas and Jodie are captured by a county lines drug gang,… Continue reading County Lines Road #BlogTour with @JaneGilley2 @LifeBookish #YA #Excerpt
I’m delighted to introduce today’s fabulous author, Henrietta Mackenzie. We chat about her debut children’s book, finding strength and inspiration to write following her daughters rare diagnosis, loving dragons and mermaids (who doesn’t!), and being an eco-friendly influencer. Tell us a little about yourself. (How did you get started writing? What do you do when… Continue reading Author Interview with @henrimackenzie #ChildrensBook #TuesdayBookBlog #AuthorInterview
Kids’ Corner Book Reviews I was interviewed by 10 year old Violet a few weeks ago as she wanted to learn more about writing and publishing. She told me how she didn’t like writing stories for school because she had to make sure they were full of adjectives, fronted adverbials, etc. She lost her creativity… Continue reading Kids’ Corner #BookReview from Violet – The Lost Twin by Sophie Cleverly @Hapfairy #ChildrensBooks
I’m delighted to introduce you to one of my fabulous networking connections, Ladey Adey, who is talking about her latest book, being inspired by lockdown, and brick laying! Ladey Adey is a Publisher and Author and it breaks her heart to see so many writers paying for boxes of books to be printed but without… Continue reading Interview with @ladey_adey Author and Publisher #BusinessNetworking #AuthorInterview
Thrilled to join fellow author Francesca Tyer on her blog to talk about my writing journey and inspiration.
Huge thanks to Francesca for inviting me.
Shelley Wilson is a genre-straddling author of adult self-help and YA fiction. She lives in the West Midlands with her three children, runs a content writing business, and tries to escape in her camper van at every opportunity.
When did you first decide you wanted to become an author?
I’ve been writing stories since I could hold a crayon, but I don’t think I gave any serious thought to becoming an author until I was in Secondary school. Our academic year was the first GCSE guinea pigs, and part of our English coursework was to create a children’s book and illustrate it.
Creating a ‘book’ was amazing and one of my favourite memories from school. Interestingly,that story was about toys who came to life when their owner wasn’t around – hmm if only I’d approached Disney when I was sixteen then the Toy Story fame…
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