When you are half way through #editing and realise you forgot to write your dreaded synopsis as you went along. pic.twitter.com/bB6AaSilop — Gem Stone (@GemStoneAuthor) August 31, 2016
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By Kyle Perkins. ? So lately I have heard from a few people that they feel like they should just give up on writing because for whatever reason, they are feeling like it just isn’t worth it anymore. Whether they feel like they aren’t getting enough attention, don’t have…
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Dir: Lesley Manning, 1992 10/10 Okay, I know it’s not “technically” a film but the furore and controversy surrounding the showing and the subsequent refusal to ever broadcast the show again, meant that, I felt, it warranted inclusion. And has been shown several times at the British Film Institute. Stephen…
The Omega Nanny By Penelope Peters Pages: 281 This is the first book I’ve read of the none shifter variety that deals with Alpha’s and Omega’s and I must admit I struggled to understand it. As a stand alone book, I believe this should have been explained a bit better because I found myself wondering… Continue reading The Omega Nanny By Penelope Peters – Review
Finding Audrey By Sophie Kinsella Pages: 286 As a Sophie Kinsella fan, I was rather surprised to walk into my local Tesco and find a new book by her in the young adult section. However, as I said, I’m a fan so I decided to give it a go and I’m glad I did. Finding… Continue reading Finding Audrey By Sophie Kinsella – Review
Hidden Designs by M. L. Doyle Length: 92 pages I was lucky enough to be offered the chance to beta read this novella. Although a fan of m/m books I had never read anything by this author before and didn’t know what to expect. I was pleasantly surprised. Hidden Designs centres on Army Major Chuck… Continue reading Hidden Designs by M. L. Doyle – Review
Courtesy of another blog I follow I have been informed that today is National Dog Day so since my dogs are my furbabies I couldn’t resist using it as an excuse to post pictures of them. Firstly let me introduce Jerry, he is a Minature Yorkshire Terrier who stands smaller than a Chihuahua. I got… Continue reading Damn Dog!
The writer’s worst nightmare. You researched, you wrote, you finished, and then published your book. You wait for the sales and……….*crickets*. This is something that can happen to any kind of… Source: Why Your Book Isn’t Selling
Well, it’s taken an evening of writing… And a few words from my other half, informing me that I was gazing at the telly. But Ethereal Longing is now complete… Well the first draft is. I can honestly say I did wonder if it would ever get finished. With writers block, holidays and of course,… Continue reading Longing to Halloween.
After a whole day of writing, the writers block has gone and book two in my Ethereal series, Ethereal Longing is finally near completion. With only the final chapter and epilogue left to do. I’m going to bed at 1.43 am, happy with the knowledge that all being well, tomorrow the first draft will be… Continue reading Longing For Completion