How I Came To Terms With My Hormones Influence My Writing #SundayBlogShare #Writers

One day a loved one made an innocent observation about how there is a familiar monthly pattern to my writing and how it could be influenced by my hormones. I choked on my herbal tea (great for when you are feeling hormonal) at the thought of my writing process exhibiting a familiar monthly pattern. My goodness, I often congratulate myself on […]

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How To Survive Resting Your Draft Novel #SundayBlogShare #Writer

Resting a draft novel can be a challenging time for some writers. We generally fall into two camps when it comes to letting our beloved draft novel rest. There are those of us who are relieved to see the back of our story and welcome some time apart from it, and there are some of us […]

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Trying To Get Published Might Be Tough For Me But My Kids Are Getting A Valuable Life Lesson #AmWriting #Writer

We all know the life of a writer is tough. Whether you are published or unpublished days are often spent doing one or more of the following; writing, chucking everything you have written in the bin, rewriting what you’ve retrieved from the bin, editing, getting carried away with best seller day dreams, rewriting again, crying over […]

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5 Things I Have Learned About Writing Second Books #Writer #Writing @bookish_yogi

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I have invited author Rachel Burton back to guest post on BlondeWriteMore for several reasons: Her last guest post, ‘5 Things I Wish I had Known Whilst Writing My First Novel, did well and it resulted in me smiling at my blog stats bar graph. I have just finished reading her debut novel, ‘The Many Colours […]

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