Writing

Diary of a writer | Post one – Characters

  I thought about doing a diary of a writer blog every so often, perhaps once a month so  i can give updates on my writing and a general check in on how things have been. Anyway, if you saw my previous post i mentioned that i won #campnano for April and since then i… Continue reading Diary of a writer | Post one – Characters

Writing

I won April Camp Nano, now what? | Also snippet of new story idea.

  I know i mentioned on my writing insta @rebeccawritesstuff that i won Camp Nano and i took a good week off from writing. I was very tired, one being the sense of achievement is over whelming (I've never won it before and succeeded at something like this with my writing) but i did have some… Continue reading I won April Camp Nano, now what? | Also snippet of new story idea.

Writing

What are you doing to write your book?

  I come at you with this post today with good intentions. Because the question in the title is the question i asked myself a lot over the years of being a writer. But more so, last year when i really settled and figured out who i was and what i needed to do. I… Continue reading What are you doing to write your book?

Writing

Mr Rosenose

Mr Rosenose carried on with his task, not liking one bit of it. Secrets, he didn’t like them, they didn’t keep them in Oldfoot village and Tarian should of known better to lie. Then the human girl, he could cope quite well escorting the young man back home, but a human as well. It’s a… Continue reading Mr Rosenose

Book reviews

Book review | The vets at Hope Green by Sheila Norton

Synopsis Sam has always dreamed of working with animals... But her receptionist job in a London vets is not hitting the spot. Unsure whether a busy city life is for her, she flees to her Nana Peggy’s idyllic country village. But despite the rolling hills and its charming feel, life in Hope Green is far from… Continue reading Book review | The vets at Hope Green by Sheila Norton