Momentum and Moving Forward

I’ve written a few blog posts over the past week or so. Some of which I never intended to publish. They were simply a way for me to work through my internal thoughts and feelings and help me decide on my direction. After all, my word for 2020 is momentum. If you read my last … Read more

Getting published in 2020

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There are many positives to being a writer in 2020, one of them being the opportunities open to authors to get their books out there in the hands of readers. An aspiring writer living in 1990 had one option for getting published: submit to an agent and hope that they could secure a publishing contract … Read more

2020 Intentions

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If you read my previous post, or my Goals: 2020 post, you’ll know my word for 2020 is MOMENTUM. Momentum is the perfect word to keep me moving forward in my writing and publishing, and also my personal life and the forward motion I need to achieve my professional and personal goals. But aside from … Read more

An Indie Publishing Journey: Chapter 5 (Imposter Syndrome)

The other day was a particularly special one in my publishing journey. I revealed the cover for my debut novel The Memories We Hide. First to see were my super-reader team, and then my VIP newsletter subscribers. The feedback was so positive, it had me buzzing. Then I reveal the cover to the wider world … Read more

5 misconceptions of self publishing

misconceptions of self publishing

. Self-publishing has had a bit of a bad rap over the years, but I’m about to give it a PR make-over and dispell five misconceptions. . You do it all yourself. The term self-publishing indicates that you do it all yourself, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. It’s also the reason I … Read more

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 … Read more

What does author success look like to you?

. As we move into 2019 – the year where I will become a published author – I’ve been pondering the question of what author success looks like. When I became¬†serious about my writing and began focusing on it more as a life choice rather than just a hobby, my perception of success was very … Read more