Looking for something sweet, short and nostalgic? Artist, author and illustrator, Sally Nansen’s The Kitchen Tales is worth a read!
The topic of paid book reviews can be a controversial one. If you’ve been considering paying for a book review, know that you’re not alone. But there are some common pitfalls to be aware of, as well as often unmentioned benefits to paying for a review. So let’s unpack some of the common beliefs aroundContinue reading “Should I Pay For A Book Review?”
Looking for a quiet, contemplative read? My Salinger Year is a beautiful memoir to appeal to the reflective literature lover in us all.
Whether it’s sharing your novel, a brief poem, or your resume – getting feedback on your writing can feel brutal. So here are some tips to hopefully make it less of a painful experience. Why feedback is so important. Feedback, whether solicited, or not offers opportunity for growth. That mindset is key when it comesContinue reading “How to deal with negative feedback about your writing”
In recent times, more people than ever before are working away from the traditional office. Whether it’s a hybrid model, or you’re full-time freelancing it up from your home – sometimes working remotely can be a challenge. It can be isolating, and challenging (especially if you have to share your space). So sometimes it’s aContinue reading “7 Tips for working away from home”
Kate Quinn’s latest novel The Rose Code brings the history of Bletchley Park to life with memorable characters, and secrets waiting to be unfurled. Historical fiction lovers, this one is for you!
Writing a book review can be a challenge. Whether it’s for school, further study or for your personal Goodreads — it can be difficult to collate your thoughts about a book. So today I thought I’d share a list of prompts that I find helpful in my book reviewing process. But first… What makes aContinue reading “How To Write A Book Review – With Prompts!”
Today on the blog we’re chatting about one of the latest Netflix book adaptations. Shadow and Bone. If you’re considering picking up the series, or wondering if you need to have read the books to watch the show, read on!
Happily Ever Afters by Elise Bryant was published in January 2021, and if you haven’t picked up this YA contemporary romance. You’re missing out.
Writing is a challenge, there’s no question about that. But the ideas that we hold about the writing process can either help or hinder us. Today we’re talking writing misconceptions that might be holding you back from achieving your personal writing goals.