Victoria Cooke’s New Book Left Me Singing ‘Sisters Are Doin’ It For Themselves’ – ❤️ Read My Review @VictoriaCooke10 #BookReview #Books

I love a ‘feel good’ book which makes me burst into song after reading it. Victoria Cooke’s new book, ‘Who Needs Men Anyway?‘ did just that. If you are not familiar with the 1985 pop hit ‘Sisters Are Doin’ It For Themselves’ sung by the Eurythmics and Aretha Franklin, you need to check out the tune […]

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When Your 90’s Boy Band Crush Falls In Love With You ❤️ Read My Book Review of ‘Getting Over Jesse Franklin’ #MondayBlogs @imcountingufoz

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I have decided to end my blogging break. Why? I read a really good book. Not just any book. It was one of those books where once you have finished it you just want to tell everyone about it, including uninterested pets and loved ones. Struggling to contain my reading euphoria and desperate for someone […]

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Why My Writing Life Feels Full of Bird Cages #Writer #AmWriting #Writer

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This post is a bit weird. Hang in there, reader. I am hoping this writer stage, which I am labelling as the ‘bird cage‘ stage is common. I have four draft books, possibly five. I also have a collection of short stories. This year I have worked so hard on writing, fine tuning and rewriting all […]

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#BookReview Keepers by Sacha De Black #MondayBlogs #YAFiction @sacha_black

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That book where you find yourself crushing on a fictional character… This was an unexpected crush. When I started reading Keepers I swore to myself that I would not let my feelings get out of control. You see, I wasn’t looking for anymore fictional character crushes, I mean I have so many (sigh). There’s no […]

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#Review The Lonely Life of Biddy Weir #BookReview @Lesley_Allen_

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That moment where you finish reading a fabulous book and all you want to do is write / shout / tweet about it… I knew I had to write a review on this book after the first couple of pages. Halfway through I sent the author an emotional tweet and by the end of it I […]

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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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How To Handle The Slow Burn Story #Writing #AmWriting #Writer

This is something I have experienced lately, writing the slow burn story. These tales are unique because they take AGES to come out of you. They are normally written in dribs and drabs which can be very frustrating for an impatient blonde writer, like myself. A slow burn story is a form of creative torture […]

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