Category Archives: writing

A Day in the Life of an Indie Author…

Do you ever dream your book? I do. When I go to sleep at night, my mind is buzzing with whatever story I was working on and I fall to sleep dreaming of my stories. And occasionally my waking dreams … Continue reading

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“You’re the Voice”

I was listening to one of my favourite songs the other day – ‘You’re the Voice’ by John Farnham.  I grew up with that song and it is a song with meaning.  It is one of the great Australian songs … Continue reading

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News, an announcement and a first look for email subscribers

I have been awfully quiet of late.  That is because I have been a little sick over the last month or so.  So much so that I was admitted into hospital on my birthday with an annoying case of cellulitis … Continue reading

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About new books, news, specials and the next Freedom book

News Spring is going strong here in Ohio, with at least one large thunderstorm running through each week.  This then has everyone on edge about twisters… But weird weather is a thing here in Ohio – very much like living in … Continue reading

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Snoopy the Writer

If Snoopy can do it, then anybody can 🙂 This is just to remind people that there is a story in every one of us. You just have to make the time to write it out. And also remember – … Continue reading

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A Drift of Quills

Hello Everyone Just a quick note to say that I have made a guest appearance on Robin Lythgoe’s blog – A Drift of Quills. Here is a sneak peak.. QUILLS: What Makes Us Write? Welcome! It’s the first-Friday-of-the-month again! A … Continue reading

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3 Things Agatha Christie Can Teach You About Writing

I will openly admit that I have been reading a horrendous amount of Agatha Christie of late (my own favorites being Evil under the Sun and Death on the Nile), and felt inspired to write a brief post about her … Continue reading

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The Writer’s Bookshelf: 3 books every writer should own (and READ!)

I have read a LOT of books over the last few years about writing and marketing for authors. And no matter if you are self published or traditionally published, as an author, you need to know about both. I have … Continue reading

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A Big Thank You – And I need your Help

Thank you for reading! I am very glad that you have enjoyed my books.  (I have to tell you that my favourite is still The Kalarthri. ) Many readers have been asking me three things. When is Season Two coming … Continue reading

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Why Chocolate Is Good For You AND Your Writing

This article was originally published on Bookmarketingtools.com No really, chocolate is good for you. Dark chocolate can even help you lose weight! But as with all good things, for the above to be true, chocolate should be eaten in small … Continue reading

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