Occupations and ‘How to Market your book.’

Something slightly different this week. Follow the link at the bottom of the story and it will all make sense. ‘Pay attention, ladies. Next week you’ll be leaving this school which has seen you grow from girls into young adults. We have tried to teach you not only the three Rs, but the ethos of …

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The death of Procrastination

No short story this week as I've had my organisational hat on. A while ago a book blogger asked if I would like to do an interview and you can read it here:  Love of Fiction interview link  You might believe an independent author only writes books - not true! 😀  They also have to be …

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End of the Road Part 1 and Publication day gifts

One disadvantage of being self-published is that you have no publishing company sending you gifts to celebrate the release of your new paperback. How wonderful then, to receive this in the post from a supporter.  Fizz, chocolates and books. What more could you ask for?   Only friends and a safe home- which is the …

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Weird and Peculiar Tales -The Story behind the book.

Sometimes the story behind the novel can be a source of interest. With this in mind I decided to write an occasional blog explaining the background to one of my published books. The first describes how this compilation of short stories with a fellow author came about. After the publication of my first book, my …

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