Mini Book Reviews

Hi guys! Just a quick post today. As I’ve been reading a lot recently, I thought I’d write some ‘mini reviews’ of some of my recent reads. Let me know what you think!  Source The Honeymoon by Tina Seskis – 4.5* As with a lot of recent novels, this book employs the ‘unreliable narrator’, which … More Mini Book Reviews

Where to find free and cheap eBooks – fiction and non-fiction

Free. Everyone likes that word. Free coffee. Free pizza. Free cinema tickets. Free eBooks. If the latter phrase gets you hot under the collar then you are in the right place. This blog post will explore three ways you can use, to add to your eBook library cheaply or for free. The below methods can … More Where to find free and cheap eBooks – fiction and non-fiction

Editing and re-drafting – a checklist, part one

Hi Guys, Heather here. This week I thought I’d write a blog post detailing some of the things to look out for when re-drafting and editing your novel. I’m currently at this stage in my own novel writing journey and it’s arguably the hardest stage so far – perhaps even worse than the dreaded first draft. … More Editing and re-drafting – a checklist, part one

Using a typewriter to improve and inspire the writing process

The image speaks for itself really… I bought a typewriter! It is a beautiful teal coloured Smith Corona Super G Ghia Typewriter, circa 1970. In all honesty, the name doesn’t mean much to me, I brought it mainly based on its colour and the fact that it was within my budget! I’ve had a scout around on … More Using a typewriter to improve and inspire the writing process