Author Interviews -Allie Potts @alliepottswrite #AmWriting #Writer

  Welcome to my weekly blog series – Author Interviews. Every Saturday I get to interview inspiring authors who let me into their creative world. I get to hear how they overcame tough literary challenges, the highlights from their book writing journey and their answer to the big literary question –  what do they wear whilst […]

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The Writer’s Wine Break #SundayBlogShare #Writer #WritersLife

  I am a big fan of the Writer’s Wine Break! There are several stages: Writer Suffering. The Writer’s Break always follows a long period (a couple of hours, an hour or in some extreme cases – a good half hour) of writer suffering. The writer is in a form of literary hell; they despise their […]

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Author Interviews @RachaelRitchey #authors #writers #writerslife 

Welcome to my weekly series Author Interviews.  Over recent months some inspirational and amazing writers have sat in my red chair. They have opened my eyes to the world of being a writer, filled my brain with useful tips and made me want to get a book out there. This week I am proud to […]

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Tina’s Writer Diary – The Assistant #writers #comedy #Writer

Monday 10.56 a.m. It is hard being a successful author. The thing that people don’t understand about my profession is that it is not just about writing stuff. On Friday I had an emotional breakdown. I was so busy and everything got a bit too much for me. There was so much to do; post quotes […]

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The Lonely Potato Head #Blog Battle #comedy #flashfiction

Marvin, the potato head, smiled at the ping sound from his Twitter account.  Cyril the Evil Clown was right, female potato heads loved his tweets about being a lonely potato head looking for love.  His Twitter account was awash with re-tweets and likes. His new dating plan was starting to take shape. Female potato heads […]

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Useful Things To Do To Your Blog Over Christmas #BloggingGals #Blogger

  Things get quiet in blogging land during the month of December, so it’s an ideal opportunity to start tinkering with your blog. January is a busy blogging month so use this quiet time in December to make some tweaks, which will hopefully pay off come January. Here are some useful stuff to do: Play […]

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