Today on the blog, I’m joined by Miriam Drori, talking about the lead up to her upcoming release, Social Anxiety Revealed, published this week, on 22nd August. Over to you Miriam… Coming Out In my guest post on Sue Barnard’s blog, I wrote about how I found out about social anxiety. That led me to … More Sunday Sojourn – Social Anxiety Revealed
One of the things I really wanted to explore this year at Swanwick was more non-fiction. Having enjoyed (and learned lots at) Kathryn Aalto’s course on creative non-fiction last year, I was chuffed to see she was back, this time to tell us about researching as a writer. It was a great follow-on from last … More New Forays into Non-Fiction?
It’s always nice when things fall into place, without you really even noticing… In Tuesday morning’s Lift Up Your Pens session at Swanwick, we were given the prompt of thinking back to last Saturday, our journey to Swanwick, then fast forward to today, and what we thought we would be thinking about as we went … More A (brief) Swanwick Summary
This morning, I’m part of the blog tour for Ethan’s Daughter, by Rachel Brimble, and you can read an extract of this new novel below. Hope you enjoy it – I did! Series: Templeton Cove Stories # 7 (can be read as a standalone) Genre: Romantic suspense Release Date: August 1st 2017 Publisher: Harlequin Superromance … More Ethan’s Daughter
If you happen to read this as (or soon after) it goes live, then as you read it, I’ll be taking part in my first writing session of #Swanwick69 and lifting up my pen for some pre-breakfast inspiration. I loved these sessions last year, and am looking forward to seeing what comes from them this … More A Swanwick Sojourn
Happy Sunday everyone! Hope everyone is having a good August (how is it August??). Today on the blog, I’m delighted to welcome back Victoria Watson. She’s visited before, to talk about Noir At The Bar amongst other things, but today, we’re focusing on her own writing… When did you first realise that writing was the … More Sunday Sojourn – Victoria Watson
On Saturday, The Next Page strayed from our usual haunts of North Shields and Whitley Bay Libraries into the wilds of Wallsend, to host “Park ‘n’ Write”, in the Community Pavilion of Richardson Dees Park. Despite having spent huge chunks of my childhood in Wallsend, it’s a place I only visited earlier this year, when … More Parked ‘n’ Written