My 10 Most Popular Posts 2019
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My 10 Most Popular Posts 2019

It’s that time of year where I look back on the blog to see what posts have resonated most with readers. In all the years I’ve been blogging, 2019 produced the least amount of posts. Possibly due to the fact that I was um… busy… publishing my debut novel!! But nonetheless, I still found some…

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My Top 10 Posts of 2018

I’ve been blogging for just on ten years. Starting out as a business blog, then a general ‘discover who I am’ blog, and for the last two or so years, a writing blog. When I first began blogging the landscape was less crowded and very supportive. Comments were everything. Nowadays, things have changed. The internet…

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Book Review: Trust The Process (non-fiction)

Trust The Process 101 Tips on Writing & Creativity Author: Karen Andrews Published: 2017 Publisher: Miscellaneous Press My Rating: 4/5 Karen Andrews is an award-winning writer, author, blogger, editor and publisher; someone well qualified and trustworthy to write a book on writing and creativity. Her new book, Trust The Process – 101 Tips on Writing &…

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The Evolution of Personal Blogging: Where to now?

I have been blogging for so long that I actually can’t remember when I started, or what my very first blog was called. I’m pretty sure it was around 2009 that I wrote my first blog post on the go-to platform back then “Blogger”. Early on I blogged as “Lipgloss Mumma” (yes I still love…

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Why I IBOT

image source Another Tuesday, another IBOT. I’m not exactly sure how long I’ve been linking with the I Blog On Tuesdays link up, I guess it’s been almost four years. When I first discovered IBOT, it was being hosted by founder and all round lovely blogger Jess over at Essentially Jess. Fast forward five years and…

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What if?

image credit As a writer, I’m always on the lookout for story ideas. I have notebooks jam packed with words, phrases, and random notes that one day, may or may not turn into stories. Even so, that doesn’t necessarily mean that I have a million and one story ideas ready to follow up at a…