Ahhh book signings. Aren't they fun? I am very fortunate to have a very supportive writing community.
After six months of minimal blogging to navigate some fairly dramatic life changes, I'm finally finding my way back here. Starting small with some Daily Writing Inspiration. Enjoy!
My last feature author is Jackee Ashwin, from Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Jackee is a member of Queensland Writers Centre and Australian Writers, and although working full time in Government, writing continues to fulfil her thoughts during down time and something she has always loved, sitting in the evening and most Saturdays with pencil in hand,... Continue Reading →
From the time Lea Scott picked up her first crayon, creative writing has been one of her lifelong passions. Her mother’s cupboards are filled with self-illustrated books and stories penned from an early age. Other random life skills she has gained along the way include the ability to bait her own fishhook and shoot with a... Continue Reading →
Debbie Terranova is a writer of contemporary and historical fiction. She specialises in ‘fiction with a conscience’, meaning fictional stories based on real events or set in a specific era. On being a writer: Learning to be a writer is like learning anything else: you have to crawl before you walk, and walk before you... Continue Reading →
My next Feature Author is MC D'alton writes spicy contemporary romance and spicy fantasy romance with a Celtic flavour. MC Dalton's South African heritage brings a gritty edge to her writing that packs a powerful emotional punch. MC writes tough, strong heroines and hero's evolved enough to handle them. "My real name is Michelle De... Continue Reading →
Today is International Women's Day, and I am taking a literary approach to mark the occasion! Over the course of the day, I will be sharing a series of posts featuring a selection of Australian authors and their fantastic books! To kick of this global celebration of women, my first Feature Author is Jan Muir,... Continue Reading →