I have spoken before about the controversial nature of book cover design, popping into any online writer’s forum will show you…
I have lost count of the number of times I have seen people on writer’s forum ask – “Do I really…
all you need to do is follow them step by step, to fulfil your writing dreams. How exciting is that?
Now I am not sure how much thought was put into my list (I cannot remember, thank you perimenopause), but the first thing that stuck me, which I am sure you will question also, is that I only managed to think of eighteen things to put on my list
you may be one of the 83% of the world who wants to write a book, has started writing a book, feels they have a book 'in them' if this is you, get started with 'out of your head and onto the page'
Not going to lie, the first five weeks of lockdown have been a well deserved rest for me after a February full of overwhelm after overwhelm
All new subscribers to my blog by the end of Sunday 19th April will be given one of the all new and sparkly stories from my new book Laughing at Myself
Being the fabulous daughter in law that I obviously am, what else would I do when mum in law needed to get to a check-up before her cataracts operation but offer to drive her to the hospital?
How I have kept going I don't know, luckily I have inherited my Dad's ability to compartmentalise, and my Mum's ability to say 'b******s to it' when things get too much.
Here's a sneak peek of Catarracts Toilet from my second Laughing at Myself, which is (I promise) on it's way...