Women’s Fiction, or what? The Eternal Genre Conundrum @ThorneMoore

  This week I welcome another veteran author to my blog, Thorne Moore (in terms of number of books published and not years, I hasten to add – they include a book of self-published short stories and now a fourth novel, published by Endeavour). Ms Moore has written about the head-scratching process of deciding on a genre for one’s … More Women’s Fiction, or what? The Eternal Genre Conundrum @ThorneMoore

Summer Author Takeover AJ Waines: Making psychological thrillers a bit different @AJWaines

A special guest post for this week’s Summer Author Takeover by the bestselling author of six mystery-laden psychological thrillers, AJ Waines! Over to Ms Waines, who reveals her love of hidden things… As a former psychotherapist, it was a natural progression for me when I first had a go at writing fiction to choose psychological thrillers as … More Summer Author Takeover AJ Waines: Making psychological thrillers a bit different @AJWaines

#GuestPost: @Moria_Forsyth on the ethics of using real life in #writing

A Present for the Writer Writers are always being given presents. Not the diamond bracelet/Hermes handbag/two dozen red roses kind of present; not even the warm pyjamas/pruning shears/hardback book kind. People are always trying to give writers stories. ‘This would make a great book!’ Sometimes they add, ‘It’s amazing – I’m going to write it … More #GuestPost: @Moria_Forsyth on the ethics of using real life in #writing

Guest Post: Hemmie Martin on THE RELUCTANT MOTHER

Summer Blog Takeover To make a change from my musings on terrible things in the news, and because it’s summer and I’m looking forward to doing nothing much for a few weeks except read under shady trees and finish Book 2, my blog will look a little different for a while. Coming up is the first of a series of guest … More Guest Post: Hemmie Martin on THE RELUCTANT MOTHER