I’m currently driving to the Isle of Wight this morning, but just before I left I took part in a free book promotion on BookFunnel. The consequence of this is that my ‘enemies-to-lovers‘ romance ‘Falling‘ will be FREE on Amazon from today until the 21st March. ‘Falling‘ made the finals of the 2022 Page Turner […]Continue reading “Free Book Promotion – 17th – 21st March — Stevie Turner”
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I was biking home today and I thought of this. I have no idea why.
Book Review: The View From Here — Sara Flower Kjeldsen Writes
Another review just in time for the book sale! It is my pleasure to review a story from fellow blogger, Leon Stevens. I will have to check out his other stories soon! I hope you enjoy the review and check out his blog where he posts about books and writing. Book Review: A unique taleContinue reading “Book Review: The View From Here — Sara Flower Kjeldsen Writes”
Open Book Blog Hop Feb 27: Choosing the right influence to write.
Do you tackle current political turmoil in your stories or avoid it? Tell us why. All writers and creators are influenced by current events. Unless you are hiding out in the middle of the desert/forest/mountains/tundra in the one spot in the world without a WiFi signal, these are going to affect your writing to someContinue reading “Open Book Blog Hop Feb 27: Choosing the right influence to write.”
Open Book Blog Hop: Movies I wish I could see for the first time.
Is there a movie from childhood that still holds a special place with you (one you saw as a child, but isn’t necessarily a child’s film)? I was watching “Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark” last night and even though I’d seen it oh so many times before, it was still suspensefulContinue reading “Open Book Blog Hop: Movies I wish I could see for the first time.”
Monday Open Book Blog Hop: Grammar
What grammar rules have you broken on purpose? Thanks to Stevie Turner for the question Language is always evolving. The Oxford English Dictionary is constantly adding new words which become common in everyday vernacular. Acronyms and slang are widely accepted as more people use them. Certain words and tendencies fall out of favor though time.Continue reading “Monday Open Book Blog Hop: Grammar”
How To Finish Writing A Book — Sara Flower Kjeldsen Writes
This post is for people who have great story ideas, but can’t seem to finish a book. I’ve definitely been there – my teens and early 20’s were consistently filled with moments of me being inspired, but not yet having the tools to finish a story. I’m going to share what has helped me finish […]Continue reading “How To Finish Writing A Book — Sara Flower Kjeldsen Writes”
Author Spotlight: Leon Stevens
Originally posted on WRITING TIPS & WRITERLY MUSINGS:
a multi-genre author, composer, guitarist, and artist, with a Bachelor of Music and Education Readers, thanks for checking out another Author Spotlight Interview. Let’s give a good, hearty welcome to this week’s guest! Leon Stevens is a multi-genre author, composer, guitarist, and artist, with a Bachelor of…
Thursday Thoughts: Tropes
I have to (want to) write a new book. There is only one problem: What’s an original trope?Umm, what the heck is a trope?A trope is the general theme of the plot. There are 7 plots/tropes: Overcoming the Monster, Rags to Riches, The Quest, Voyage and Return, Comedy, Tragedy, Rebirth. Obviously each plot can beContinue reading “Thursday Thoughts: Tropes”
Thursday Thoughts: Poetic License Updated.
Do you ever read your older posts and think that they are, well … not that good? Or, maybe they have merit, but just need a but of tidying up. I throw caution to the wind when I write poetry. I never set out to write a specific form of poetry. The closest I comeContinue reading “Thursday Thoughts: Poetic License Updated.”