What's on the TBR pile?

What’s on the reading pile: Silver Mark

I try not to make promises unless I know I can keep them. For example, I'm not going to promise I'll stick to a low-carb diet because thaaaat's...unlikely. At least, right now it is. Talk to me when the pandemic is over and I'm not on the verge of moving house. So when I made… Continue reading What’s on the reading pile: Silver Mark

The Anxious Author

3 Reasons To Recklessly Use Filler Words in Your First Draft – The Anxious Author

Anxious Authors or not, we all tend to overuse words in our work that don't do our writing justice. Words like so, suddenly and just (which is my personal Achilles heel) end up peppered through our manuscripts far more than we intended. Sometimes we wonder if we actually wrote them at all and if some… Continue reading 3 Reasons To Recklessly Use Filler Words in Your First Draft – The Anxious Author

Giveaways

YA Royalty Giveaway

A bit of fantasy to start your weekend. This week's giveaway focuses on the genre on YA royalty. We're talking princes, princesses, possibly a few dragons and quite definitely some historical romance. Possibly highly forbidden romance! Lots of YA royalty books up for grabs in this giveaway as well as a fantasy themed candle, tote… Continue reading YA Royalty Giveaway

Reading Catch Ups

Reading Round-Up: 11th – 17th September 2020

I had a mini-disaster this week. Ever since I made the decision to take my author career seriously ten months ago, I started to get organised. You know what that means for an author: many, many notebooks. One for a new series - no, wait - two, maybe three. A big one for world building.… Continue reading Reading Round-Up: 11th – 17th September 2020

Book Reviews, Five Stars

Aaravale – Book Review

Title: Aaravale Author: Rachel Pudsey Genre: Fantasy Rating: Five stars "A single wish on the stars. A journey to end a curse. A land on the brink of destruction. Abigail’s quest to end the curse on the stars and right the wrongs of her wish has far surpassed any preconceptions she held. Her quiet village… Continue reading Aaravale – Book Review