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As any writer knows, other commitments, be they children, other jobs or any other of the many, many things which take up our time daily, do tend to get in the way of valuable writing time. It's sometimes incredibly hard

I'm sure pretty much every writer would agree that STARTING writing a new book is the easy bit, it's actually getting that manuscript finished that's tough, particularly when the initial excitement of the new idea wanes a little. It certainly

Nowadays social media means it's wonderfully easy to find out all sorts of things about your favourite authors. You can see photos of their cats and dogs, their homes, their children

Often one of the biggest hurdles facing aspiring authors isn't lack of inspiration or even talent, it's just finding the time to fit a decent amount of writing in, and let's face it, an unfinished manuscript isn't much use to

Romantic fiction is often given a bad press - it's seen as too pink, too light, and too predictable, but I firmly disagree. Here's why I decided to write romance, and why I'm very proud to be an author of

When my publisher, Joffe Books, showed me the cover they’d designed for the eBook version of my romance ‘The Green Hills of Home’, I loved it. The young couple, gazing into one another’s eyes against a rural backdrop looked perfect

I was offered a contract with my first publishers after I'd self-published by first romance, 'The Green Hills of Home'. I’d been emailing back and forth for a little while with an editor so it shouldn’t have seemed completely unexpected,

I was born in London, and grew up and went to university there. I considered myself a city girl through and through. I can’t remember owning a pair of wellies past the age of 5. But then I met my

Oh the irony of being asked to write this guest post! It still pains me to recall the hours, no, the days, of agony I experienced due to NOT planning effectively whilst writing my debut novel 'The Green Hills of