My Creative Process – The Grand Blog Tour

May 12, 2014
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Firstly, many thanks to Abi Burlingham who nominated me to take part in the Grand Blog Tour for creative types. The whole point of these tours is to encourage new visitors to your blog so if this is your first time at my particular madhouse, hello, welcome and please come again. If you’re a regular […]

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The Green-Eyed Monster by Mike Robinson

January 23, 2013

I don’t pretend to totally understand chaos theory: butterflies flapping their wings on the other side of the world seem distant and, if I’m honest, rather insignificant to me. Jealousy and envy – that I get. Who hasn’t been a little envious when their friend got the boy, the job, the promotion…? Mike Robinson skillfully […]

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If Only I Knew…

November 8, 2012

My debut self-published story collection ‘And The Angels Cried and other stories’ is launched on Amazon Kindle tomorrow. I’ve hardly slept for a week and have been obsessively checking and double checking everything. I can do no more. I have read, with great interest, many blogs written by friends and colleagues who have gone down […]

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Interview with Sandra Goroff – Part 1

August 27, 2012

In the first of an occasional series of Q & A from Boston based international literary and arts publicist Sandra Goroff, here are her thoughts on how publishing has changed since she entered the profession. When I first arrived at Boston based Houghton Mifflin Company’s Trade and Reference Division on July 26, 1982, publishing was […]

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Liebster Blog Award

November 17, 2011

[tweetmeme source="nettiewriter" http://www.URL.com] Liebster is a German word meaning dearest, and the award is given to up-and-coming bloggers with less than 200 followers. It was my honour to receive my award from the lovely and talented Emma Pass whose debut YA novel ACID is being published in 2013. If you receive the award, you should: 1. […]

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