You’ve heard of wearing your heart on your sleeve, right? Well, why not wear your love of books on your wrist? 1. Bibliophile bracelet by A Likely Story on Etsy. Made with copper-toned replica typewriter keys and a tinted pewter book charm, this bracelet has a lovely vintage feel. You can adjust the length of the bracelet between 7.5 and 9 inches and it costs … [Read more...] about Five Beautiful Bookish Bracelets
Archives for April 2013
Searching for a literary agent? We've teamed up with The Writers' Workshop to give away 3 subscriptions to their new website, Agent Hunter. Agent Hunter is a fab new online resource for writers seeking representation, allowing you to search for literary agencies and their agents, to find out who they are and what they’re looking for in a manuscript. It's a bit … [Read more...] about Win! 3 Subscriptions to Agent Hunter to give away!
I used to dream about getting that first book deal. I knew exactly what I would do. I’d jump in the air with sheer utter joy and ring all my friends and family. Then I would go and sing from the hilltops with my dog and children beside me. In the event, it all happened very differently. After ten years of writing a novel a year (three of which very nearly got published), I was … [Read more...] about My Book Deal Moment by Janey Fraser
Reviewed by Victoria Sutton I was thrilled to receive Never Google Heartbreak to review. The title alone was enough to draw me in (and make me ‘google heartbreak’ obviously) and I loved the contrasting colours and glittery hearts on the cover. The debut novel of author Emma Garcia, it looked and sounded like exactly the sort of book I love to devour… Viv Summers leaves her … [Read more...] about Review – Never Google Heartbreak by Emma Garcia
Eloisa James, is a successful writer with twenty of her bestselling books reaching as high as #5 on the New York Times Bestseller List. She recently answered a few questions for our Novelicious readers. Can you tell us a little about your average writing day? I get my children off to school and then start writing. I aim for 20 pages a day and … [Read more...] about Novelicious Chats To…Eloisa James