Ironic isn't it?
I don't seem to have time to write my own blog but I'm a guest on Womagwriter's Blog today.
I had the pleasure of meeting Patsy Collins a few weeks ago when she and Gary passed through Nottingham on their travels and a chance remark by me led to her inviting me to write a post for Womagwriter.
She also very kindly offered me a chance to mention my book Youthopia.
Please go and take a look.
Saturday, 4 February 2017
Where do people get the time to post on their blog several times a week?
Just lately, if I'm not writing for magazines, then I'm reading, and included in my reading list are several self-help books on writing craft. Over the last year or so I've collected a few by writers that I know on the internet or that I've actually met. I'm still working through some of them and here they are; all highly recommended of course:
Easy Money For Writers and Wannabes Maggie Cobbett
The Little Book of Freelance Writing Susie Kearley
Kindle Direct Publishing for Absolute Beginners Sally Jenkins
Editing the Red Pen Way Anne Rainbow
Stories with Twist Endings, How to Write and Sell Them Linda Lewis
Give Up Ironing Kathleen McGurl
The Short Story Writer's Toolshed Della Galton
Alternatively, if you fancy a bit of children's adventure or you know an eleven to thirteen year old who would, then try this:
My author's page is now on Amazon here.
Kindle Edition £1.99