Guest Blogger: Sasha Cottman and ‘An Unsuitable Match’

I’ve been incomunicado lately, what with end of term stuff, school holidays, and family issues, but we’re back in business tonight with the gorgeous and talented Sasha Cottman as she talks to us about her new novel, ‘An Unsuitable Match’. Sasha’s debut novel, ‘Letter from a Rake’ won her huge raves and most recently was one of the finalists in … Read More

Writers need a tribe: Part 2

Earlier on this week, I wrote about the importance of having a tribe when you do something crazy like, ah…I don’t know…write. I wasn’t planning on writing anymore about it, but something happened this week to a friend of mine that just backs this up and I thought I’d share. It’s important to share. Without sharing, it’s even easier to … Read More

Girls Who Reads

Anne Gracie shared this on Facebook the other day and I only just watched it. I was due to write a new blog tonight, but instead, I’m going to share this. Enjoy. I thought it was brilliant.

Why Entering Contests Could Help You

I have recently become the Contest Co-Ordinator for Romance Writers of Australia and I’ve had many people ask me what’s so important about entering contests in the journey of a writer. I get the reticence, particularly from writers who are working by themselves and haven’t had much experience with getting their work critiqued by a critique partner or don’t belong … Read More