Title: Sinner: Sinners & Saints Book 1 Author: Blakely Chorpenning Category: NA/Mature YA 16+/Paranormal My Rating: 5 Star Book Blurb: "The only difference between the saint and the sinner is that every saint has a past, and every sinner has a future." ~Oscar Wilde SINNER IS A GRITTY, CAMPY RIDE THROUGH THE HEART OF OBSESSIVE… Continue reading #BookReview Sinner by @bchorpenning #TuesdayBookBlog #RBRT #Vampires
#BookReview #RBRT Title: Highland Cove Author: Dylan J Morgan Category: Horror/Ghost Story My Rating: 5 Star Book Blurb Highland Cove Sanatorium sits abandoned on a desolate island one mile off the Scottish mainland. It’s a dark, foreboding place, filled with nightmares. Even darker are the asylum’s secrets: a history of disease and mental illness, macabre… Continue reading #BookReview Highland Cove by @DylanJMorgan #RBRT #Horror
I had so much fun sharing my writing and publishing journey with Esther for this author interview.
My author interviewee this week is the multi-talented Shelley Wilson, writing mentor and author of self-help books and YA fiction.
Q. Your latest book, Meditation for Children, a Book of Mindfulness was published last year. Can you tell us a little bit about it?
A. Before I started writing full-time, I ran a ladies-only holistic spa. Alongside my daily appointments I also ran meditation classes. One of my ladies asked me if I could write a short meditation for her four-year-old daughter as she wanted to come along with her mum to the class (it clashed with her bedtime!). I thought it was an excellent idea and set about writing a bespoke mini-meditation. The scripts I write for my adult clients are about half an hour but I knew I wouldn’t be able to hold a child’s attention for that long. I timed the piece so it lasted four…
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When I told my UK friends that I was heading to New Orleans for Mardi Gras they responded with the customary ‘oh, how lovely, I wish I was going’ that you would expect from anyone staying behind. My US friends, however, mentioned the phrase ‘baptism of fire’ far too often for me to ignore! What… Continue reading Surviving my first Mardi Gras #Travel #NewOrleans
Top Ten Writing Tips by Sue Bentley Welcome to week 27 of our Top 10 Writing Tips 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… Continue reading Top 10 Writing Tips with Author Sue Bentley @suebentleywords #WritingTips
My favourite kind of blog post is when an author allows us to see behind the scenes. They give us a small insight into their world with snippets of their working day, the view from their window, or what they have on their shelves. After all, it’s human nature to be inquisitive (nosy!). I was… Continue reading 5 Things On My Writing Desk #WritersLife
Top Ten Writing Tips by Helen Matthews Welcome to week 26 of our Top 10 Writing Tips 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. Next up for the challenge… Continue reading Top 10 Writing Tips by Author Helen Matthews @HelenMK7 #WritingTips #Top10WritingTips