#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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#BookReview Where’d You Go Bernadette by Maria Semple #TuesdayBookBlog #Bookish

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People like you must create. If you don’t create Bernadette, you will become a menace to society. Prior to reading this book I was suffering from Writer’s Block and to quote this book, I was becoming a menace; a little naughty, very mischievous and a big fan of sarcasm. I had also reached new levels in […]

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Things I Think Should Be Considered When Writing Relationship Breakups #AmWriting

#Dating #Relationships #Romanticfiction

Writing a relationship break up can be just as tricky as creating a romantic union between two characters. In certain scenarios it can play havoc with your writer emotions. You might even find yourself reaching for the tissues, raiding the chocolate cupboard and compiling a sad songs Spotify playlist. Back in the day, before I […]

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#BookReview Love and Other Words @ChristinaLauren #TuesdayBookBlog #Romance

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This book made me pencil in a romantic date night with my beloved. Not many books make me do this. As a forty-something mother of teens, who is juggling two careers, four pets, a blog, an obsession with reading romance books and fluctuating hormones – unexpected date nights are a rarity. I read this book […]

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#BookReview One in a Million @LindseyKelk #TuesdayBookBlog #Books

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When I saw readers referring to themselves as Kelkoholics, I knew I had to experience a Lindsey Kelk novel for myself. I love being a fan of someone fabulous and also a fan of someone who originates from the North of England (Lindsey was brought up in Doncaster and I was raised in Leeds). Okay so I […]

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Things I Consider When Writing Fictional Friendships In Romance Books #writing #amwritingromance 👫👯‍♀️

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 The Day We Met @toodletinkbaby #TuesdayBookBlog

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This book is high on my book blogger list titled, Books Begging To Be Turned Into Films.  The Day We Met  is one of those unforgettable books where you pray it’s turned into a film soon…because you desperately want to go to the cinema with your girlfriends, watch it on the big screen and then go […]

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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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Celebrating the Launch of my #RomanceBook #IFFILA #NewAuthor

#lucymitchell #author #romance

Welcome to my virtual blog party! After 3 years and 6 months of blood, sweat, tears, endless cups of coffee, 12 drafts, 5 rewrites, many hours spent at the kitchen table, countless time spent gazing out of the window daydreaming, loads of sweaty author nightmares, millions of texts and emails to writers friends, a mind […]

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