Why Writer Friends Are Like Stars 🌟 #Writers

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The world feels like a frightening place at the moment. Once again I am not going to name that damn virus which is behind all this pain and turmoil. It is at a time like this when we really start to appreciate the precious people in our life, the people who bring us joy and […]

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10 Lessons I Learned From 6 Years of Blogging #Blogger

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This is a strange time to be living in right now. The world feels like it’s in chaos. So, this week I have decided to write about something which gives me strength and makes me positive; my blog. I am a few weeks away from my 6th year blogging anniversary. Still can’t believe I have […]

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#BookReview No Filter by Orlagh Collins #TuesdayBookBlog #Romance

I have two teenage daughters so there’s always a fresh supply of YA romance books lying on their carpet of clothes, shoes, makeup brushes, makeup wipes and Primark bags. Teenagers struggle to keep anything above floor level so you find most things by simply lifting up your slipper. While they party the night away, I […]

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Things I Consider When Writing Fictional Friendships In Romance Books #writing #amwritingromance πŸ‘«πŸ‘―β€β™€οΈ

This post is based on my learnings from writing my debut romcom; Instructions For Falling In Love Again, everything I gleaned from working with two editors and reading a ton of contemporary romcom books featuring fictional friendships through my book blogging. I am going to be honest here. Until I started working with my editors, […]

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#BookReview Somewhere Close To Happy @LisforLia #TuesdayBookBlog

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Ever read a book which stays with you long after you’ve finished it? This book, Somewhere Close To Happy by Lia Louis, first came into my life in April. I managed to read it on NetGalley as it was a few months away from publication. Once I finished Somewhere Close To Happy I thought the […]

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Guest Post: Do I Need a Writing Buddy? @robandtina1 #AmWriting #Writer

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Today, one of my favourite Twitter writing friends, Rob Matthews, has taken over my blog. I hope you enjoy his guest post.Β  In her book, Better Than Before – Mastering The Habits Of Our Everyday Lives, Gretchen Rubin divides people into three groups based on how we respond to outer and inner expectations. Outer expectations […]

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