Welcome to this week’s Spotlight Sunday where I shine the spotlight on an Australian book I think deserves to be read. Today I am shining the spotlight on the YA fantasy ‘A Corner Of White’, The Colours Of Madeleine book 1, by Jaclyn Moriarty. This is the 12th book I have read for the Australian … More Spotlight Sunday: Review ‘A Corner Of White’ #AWW2013
Welcome to this week’s Fiction Friday, today I am reviewing the YA fantasy ‘Soulbound’ by Heather Brewer, book one in the Legacy of Tril series. Synopsis from goodreads: Tril is a world where Barrons and Healers are Bound to each other: Barrons fight and Healers cure their Barrons’ wounds in the ongoing war with the … More Fiction Friday: Review ‘Soulbound’ by Heather Brewer.
Hi everyone, how are you all? Lots of things have been happening in the past fortnight writing wise that I would love to share with you. The lovely Julie Israel and I swapped query letter synopsis’. She did a wonderful critique which really helped me a lot. She has a great blog and if you … More A Writerly Update 4.
Her wolf stared at her. She could feel his eyes burning into her, could feel his worry under her skin. She ignored him, staring up at the moon. She sat on the edge of the cliff, legs scrunched up to her chest, wondering how long they would let her sit this time. The howls rung … More Flash Fiction: Skin (349 words)
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Your phone chimes with that special notification that alerts you an agent has responded to one of your queries. (What? You don’t have an email account set up JUST for agent responses? You should! Just a tidbit: Did you know that there are many agencies that will boot out emails as…
Welcome to this week’s Spotlight Sunday where I shine the light on an Australian book I think deserves to be read. Today I am shining the spotlight on the YA magical realism book ‘You Can’t Shatter Me’ by Tahlia Newland. Synopsis from Goodreads: When superhero wanna-be, Carly, stands up to a bully, he turns on … More Spotlight Sunday: Review ‘You Can’t Shatter Me.’
*So sorry that this is a day late, but better late than never, right? The first novel you write may never get published. That’s hard news to hear for those of you out there working on your first novel, I mean, you put so much effort into writing that novel, months or years of hard … More (A late) Writing Tip Wednesday: Practice Manuscripts.