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Top 10 Writing Tips by Romance Author @Tracie_Delaney #AmWriting

Throughout my writing career, I’ve listened to countless authors on blogs, podcasts, and interviews talking about the advice they received when starting out. Learning from mentors helps us to improve and evolve in our chosen field, and I still recall the top tips given to me at the start of my writing journey. In honour… Continue reading Top 10 Writing Tips by Romance Author @Tracie_Delaney #AmWriting

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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

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Do You Judge a Book by Its Cover? #GuestPost by @peterjonesauth

Today I'm delighted to welcome back to the blog, author Peter Jones, whose latest novel - My Girlfriend's Perfect Ex-Boyfriend - came out earlier this month. You can read my review here. One of the things that can make or break a book is the cover. With this in mind I asked Peter how the… Continue reading Do You Judge a Book by Its Cover? #GuestPost by @peterjonesauth

Film Review, Fun Stuff, Writing

#FilmReview Hampstead

Hampstead Film Review 3* Film Blurb: An American widow living in the London suburb of Hampstead and a man who lives on the Heath form an unlikely alliance against unscrupulous property developers in the neighbourhood. If I’d read that blurb in a magazine, I probably wouldn’t have given it a second glance. However, I spotted… Continue reading #FilmReview Hampstead

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#FilmReview Their Finest #WWII #Drama #Romance

Their Finest Film Review 4* I took my place in the cinema and eagerly awaited the start of director, Lone Scherfig’s latest release, Their Finest based on the book Their Finest Hour and a Half by Lissa Evans. I confess I haven’t read the book. I was drawn to this film because I’m a huge… Continue reading #FilmReview Their Finest #WWII #Drama #Romance

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#TuesdayBookBlog Inspirations behind the Reading Group by @DellaGalton #GuestPost #Romance

I first discovered my next guest between the pages of Writers’ Forum magazine many years ago, and her sound advice has helped shape my writing ever since. As well as teaching me so much about the skill of penning a novel, short story, or article, I have also thoroughly enjoyed reading her fiction work. So,… Continue reading #TuesdayBookBlog Inspirations behind the Reading Group by @DellaGalton #GuestPost #Romance

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#TuesdayBookBlog Twelve Lessons by Kate Spencer #NewAge #Romance #BookReview

Title: Twelve Lessons Author: Kate Spencer Category: Contemporary Romance/New Age/Personal Transformation My Rating: 4* My Review: Having brought my own life back from the brink on several occasions, I felt that Kate Spencer’s book, Twelve Lessons would be a perfect read for me. It’s very cleverly written as it fits into the personal development genre… Continue reading #TuesdayBookBlog Twelve Lessons by Kate Spencer #NewAge #Romance #BookReview