About BlondeWriteMore 



I am Lucy and I am the author of the blog BlondeWriteMore.

By day I work in an office and by night I am a writer and a blogger.

I am also a wife, a mother and a pet owner.

Writing bio:

After my loved one paid for me to attend a creative writing course I decided to start a blog. One wet and grey Saturday afternoon in 2014 my loved one, kids and pets were all doing my head in, so I crept upstairs and started BlondeWriteMore.

In 2015 and 2016 my blog was voted, ‘Funniest Blog’ by the online community for the Annual Bloggers Bash Awards, held in London.

In 2016 I became a Featured Romance author on Wattpad after being approached by one of the Wattpad team. My chicklit comedy, The Diary of Roxy Collins, has now received over 250k reads.

I am now focusing my attention on my novels and seeing how far I can take them. One day I will have a book out there.

I hope you enjoy my blog x

166 thoughts on “About BlondeWriteMore 

  1. Finally, twitter does me some REAL good! I was suggested your profile and came here and ended up in laughing my heart out and enjoying your tales and also not to mention awe-inspired by your talent. I will surely look forward to your posts in my feed and its a privilege for me to hit the follow button 🙂 Cheers and Warm wishes, Minaxi ❤

  2. Hi Lucy,

    I’d like to extend a hearty Congratulations for your well-deserved Funniest Blogger award!! I just saw the announcement on another blog (Rosie Amber) and had to run over here immediately!! Thank you for the smiles and laughs – something we all need in this crazy world. Some days more than others. You rock Lucy.

      1. You did? How exciting! Thanks!! I’ll look for the video.
        I know the list is long for your author interviews, but if you find a space open, let me know. 😊 No pressure and no rush, of course.

  3. I wanted to leave a comment on the Author Interviews page, but they’re apparently closed… anyhow, if you’d like to interview me AND/OR be interviewed by me, drop me a line – we can swap interview questions! 🙂
    Happy writing, fellow Virgo pantser! 😀

  4. Dear Lucy, you’re a serious natural blonde! The puppy looks like you a bit. You must be kindred spirits! I wish you good luck & inspiration!

    Best regards,
    Maria 🙂

  5. This is so true! I know that songwriters often write a song and then see what the title presents itself to be, so I guess it makes sense with books too. I didn’t have a title for my book for a while, but I heard a song on the radio and it just fitted with my story. I must admit, I imagined that my book had been made into a film (we all do it!) and this song in particular felt like the end credits song, so I was lucky that I ended up with a name, but that took ages to happen.

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