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 How To Make Time For Me @fionaperrin #TuesdayBookBlog

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I am writing this review of How To Make Time For Me and feeling like Callie, the main character, from this fabulous book. Upstairs I can hear the din of an epic teenage row, I am exhausted and my dog is looking rather pained; like the dog, Bodger, in the book, my dog’s expressions are […]

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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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Why You Should Protect Your Writing Dream #Writers #AmWriting

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I am hoping this blog post will make you wrap up your writing dream in bubble wrap paper, place it in a sturdy box, write FRAGILE all over it and store in a safe place. We all start our writing journey clutching a big, colourful and exciting writing dream. ‘I want to write something that […]

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#MMICB #BookReview Meet Me in Cockleberry Bay @nicolamay1 #TuesdayBookBlog

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Warning: this sequel is so GOOD you might find daily life a struggle while reading it. I was on a Hammersmith bound London tube train, sucking on several wine gums when I became engrossed in this book, Meet Me In Cockleberry Bay. It is Nicola May’s sequel to the Corner Shop in Cockleberry Bay. I […]

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#BookReview Amazing Grace @KimTheBookworm #TuesdayBookBlog

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This book gave me a much-needed smile the night before an important job interview. For most of that week I had been stressing about this ninety minute interview, which included a half-hour quick-fire round of technical questions, and so I had a facial expression similar to that of a bulldog chewing on a thistle. Locked […]

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The Importance of Magical and Messy Moments For Writers #AmWriting

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The creative process for producing any kind of art is both magical and messy. It doesn’t matter whether you paint, draw, play an instrument or write, your art will sometimes surprise and delight you and other times it will cause mess. The following moments are what I call messy for writers: A draft full of […]

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