As a ghostwriter, it can sometimes be difficult to offer proof of your writing ability. So, in keeping with this year’s, and many years’ prior, NYE resolutions, I’ve written a book about ghostwriting. All Roads Lead to Book is my answer to What to Expect When You’re Expecting (your book baby). If you’re not a…… Continue reading What if ‘Someday I’ll Write a Book’ was Today?
This must seem like an odd title to those following a writing blog. So, let me explain. In a recent conversation with a friend, I asked the following. If I was to offer a course, what would be something you’d like to see or might like help with on your writing journey? And the answer…… Continue reading How to Find Imagination and Inspiration
It strikes me as odd sometimes, that for someone who loves to read books and write…anything, I watch a lot of television. One blog might say it’s a time suck, another says it can be used as a relaxation tool, and yet the one I follow most closely these days, says to use television watching…… Continue reading Always Be Creating
The lessons of NaNoWriMo have stayed with me all year. Ultimately, it’s be prepared. Learning to separate the Ghost from the Writer.
It’s been almost a year since we began Book Review Week. If you’re not familiar with it, we posted daily for six days once a month book review from Lisa, Rachel, and our fabulous guest reviewers. It was a chance to share our love of books, discover new reads, and for me, I met quite…… Continue reading Book Review Week Takes a Holiday
I started to read this book after my niece recommended it to me and I borrowed hers until I had my own copy. It wasn’t the sort of book I would actually read, and if my niece hadn’t have recommended it to me, I most probably wouldn’t have even looked or bothered with it. At first…… Continue reading [Guest Book Review by Sharon Harvey] The Widow by Fiona Barton
Let’s try this again. Shall we? You know how we can sometimes get caught up on the “busyness” of it all and wish for a simpler life? That wasn’t this. But, I did learn something interesting about how we respond to things today. Quite by accident, this post went out with no content and yet…… Continue reading [Book Review] The Revenge of Analog – Real Things and Why They Matter by David Sax
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Today I want to talk about YA or Young Adult books and more importantly the differences between Young Adult and just plain Adult. In the last few weeks I’ve been a little more involved with twitter and the whole book blogger community than I’ve ever been before and seen…
In the US, tomorrow is Memorial Day. It is an opportunity to honor those who have served and is estimated to have begun sometime around the Civil War in the South, when someone first put flowers on a soldier’s grave in remembrance. We are not far from the robotic “Star Troopers”, the enemy of the…… Continue reading Best of May Monthly Recap
Well-researched and very easy to grasp, Eric Lim’s book describes the third choice of property investment based on the concept of the “Sharing Economy” and the application of “Block Chain” technology, as well as one’s Lifestyle or Quality of Life achieved from the ownership of property. Some say it’s the Future of Property Ownership, Investment…… Continue reading THIRD CHOICE: Rich, Poor or Hypercube by Eric Y.F. Lim (Guest post by Rachel Barber)