Month: March 2016

How I Got a Book Deal – Part Two

Last week I posted part one of How I Got a Book Deal, intending to give new writers an insight into how some of today’s fantastic authors got their novels published, and to hopefully encourage others not to give up. To show that the… Continue Reading “How I Got a Book Deal – Part Two”

How I Got a Book Deal – Part One

Before I finally got my book deal – I did it, did you know? – it was the one thing I googled and researched and asked about the most while working on my novels. How did other writers manage to acquire that elusive, golden… Continue Reading “How I Got a Book Deal – Part One”

Bedtime stories, any time.

The last time most of us heard a story read aloud – reverently and slowly – it’s very likely we were children, and that it was bedtime, and that the storyteller was a parent. I’ve always found it curious that as children we’re read… Continue Reading “Bedtime stories, any time.”

On Books. And Storytellers. And Trains.

So here I am on my new website. Aren’t I clever? Isn’t this wonderful? Didn’t I swear lots creating it? I can’t quite believe I’m here. And by here I don’t just mean here in this little area of cyberspace I’ve allocated myself to… Continue Reading “On Books. And Storytellers. And Trains.”

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