Did you know that you can write a book online? If this appeals to you, there are a number of platforms that you should visit. These platforms act as the convergence point for authors from all over the globe, especially the newbie authors and those who still haven’t got that fame. How to get started? Before you start identifying these platforms, you have to do the basics … [Read more...] about Places to Write a Book Online
Archives for August 2014
As much as we hate to admit it, there has been a definite bite in the air this week. Our thoughts have turned – albeit momentarily – to roaring log fires in country pubs and stocking up on cosy cold-weather accessories to beat the chill. To keep you warm this autumn and to enhance your literary style cred, we’ve teamed up with the lovely folks at Storiarts, who make the most … [Read more...] about Win! A Lovely Literary Scarf from Storiarts!
Chloe Lyon has a small business making chocolates and selling them as Chocolate Wishes. She also does typing for her grandfather, Gregory Warlock, who is into magic in a rather big way (proper magic, that is, not conjuring). She doesn't quite believe in magic herself, but when she creates the chocolates she still recites an old Mayan charm her grandfather translated … [Read more...] about Feasting on Romantic Comedy – Lemon Syllabub from Chocolate Wishes by Trisha Ashley
Ella Harper walked away from a high-flying career in the city to follow her dream of becoming an author. Here, she talks about making the switch from writing racy, glamorous, fun, family-based romances to the more serious Pieces of You, which was published earlier this month. Where do you find inspiration for your books? These days, now that I am writing issues-based women’s … [Read more...] about Novelicious Chats To…Ella Harper
Reviewed by Susan Lobban Out of the blue, Charlie Rhymer’s husband wants a divorce. Whilst she thought he was working away, they were really going through separation! Desperate to get away from town, she decides to return to her family home in Yorkshire. However, rather than being a peaceful sanctuary where she can forget her woes, she is slap bang in her family's … [Read more...] about Review – Every Woman for Herself by Trisha Ashley