Unlimited Update I’m a bit behind with my film review posting. January ended up being 74 days long and yet I was still surprised to find it was February already! I didn’t use my Cineworld Unlimited card as much as I’d hoped in January due to illness and various events, but I’m hoping to make… Continue reading Cineworld Unlimited Update: #FilmReviews
Nominations are now OPEN for the 5th Annual Bloggers Bash Awards.
Now in its fifth year, the Annual Bloggers Bash returns bigger and better than ever. The venue is booked, the date is set for Saturday 15th June 2019 and the committee is busy working behind the scenes to ensure the day is full of fun, learning opportunities, networking, and, of course, the Blogtastic award ceremony. For more information about events on the day AND TO BUY A TICKET FOR THE EVENT, click here!
The Annual Bloggers Bash Awards are open to bloggers from all over the world, and are nominated and voted for by the blogging community and general public.
This year, we have changed a number of the categories and the process in which the nominations happen, so please read the information below carefully.
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Title: The Indie Author Mindset Author: Adam Croft Category: Writing I found this book: Amazon My Review: I thought I’d burnt myself out on writing books over the years, but it appears I was wrong. Adam’s conversational style of writing meant I had this unpacked and read within a few hours. As a personal development… Continue reading #BookReview The Indie Author Mindset by Adam Croft #Writing #IndieAuthor
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
The wait is finally over, book two of my Hood Academy Duology is out TODAY! Yes, Mia is back and ready to jump straight into the action, but just in case you missed book one (OATH BREAKER) here’s the blurb: Will she follow the pack… Or will she destroy them? A dead mother… A violent… Continue reading The Wait is Over! #NewRelease OATH KEEPER is here #TuesdayBookBlog
Amazing first review for OATH KEEPER due out on 27th November! It’s made my week.
As promised in my genre mashup post here, my next review is by Shelley Wilson, who rewards readers who’ve been waiting (impatiently, in my case at least!) for the sequel to her YA paranormal superhero coming of age romance Oath series with her new release, Oath Keeper. Worth the wait!
This genre mashup is a wonderful example of the trope definer: the fairy tale. As a lead to my review of Oath Breaker, the first book in this little series, I compared it to Little Red Riding Hood, and I hope you won’t mind a repeat of that intro.
New superhero? Little Red Riding Hood already has the cape…
WOW! Little Red Riding Hood nails every genre, and then goes on to own YA Fantasy.
In the early seventies, writer and journalist Christopher Booker started working on a book. Thirty years later, The…
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