The Spark Novellas: Bite-Sized Stories To Give You That Spark Fix When It’s All Over.

Sorry for the long title. Sorry this is a lot later than I intended, life got in the way, but I’m finally reviewing the last of the Spark stories to wrap up my spotlight on Rachael Craw. You can see my review of book one ‘Spark’ HERE. Book two ‘Stray’ HERE And book three ‘Shield’ HERE. This is … More The Spark Novellas: Bite-Sized Stories To Give You That Spark Fix When It’s All Over.

Spotlight Sunday:Review ‘To Spin A Darker Stair’.

Welcome to this weeks Spotlight Sunday where I shine the spotlight on an Australian book I think deserves to be read. Today I am reviewing the mini anthology chapbook ‘To Spin A Darker Stair’ edited by Tehani Wessely. The very short blurb on the back reads: Forget everything you think you know about fairytales… My … More Spotlight Sunday:Review ‘To Spin A Darker Stair’.

A Writerly Update 8.

Hi everyone, how’s your writing been going this past fortnight? This fortnight I’ve managed to work on all of my current WIPs. ‘Rift’ (which is what I affectionately call my urban fantasy/sci-fi, though this isn’t the title, I’m still working on that.) I know where the story is going from beginning to end and I’m … More A Writerly Update 8.

Writing Tip Wednesday: Resubmitting Your Stories. A Letter To Women Writers.

Dear Women Writers, There are a lot of women out there who write short stories, I am one of them, and if you are reading this, you probably are too. I am writing especially to you today because I want to encourage you to not only submit to magazines, but to RESUBMIT to magazines. Whether … More Writing Tip Wednesday: Resubmitting Your Stories. A Letter To Women Writers.