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Category Archives: blogging
I’m over at Sadie’s Spotlight sharing an excerpt for Shadowboxing. Thanks for hosting me! You can read the post here.
I’m over at McKenna Dean’s blogging about the inspiration for Shadowboxing and some of the research involved in writing the book. Thanks for hosting me! You can read the post here
This month’s post over at Love Bytes Reviews is called Into The Past and about heading back into historical fiction with the republishing of my WWII Echoes Rising series. Lou Sylvre and I are also busy plotting the next in … Continue reading
This month’s post at Love Bytes Reviews is about planners – online and paper – and collaborative projects.
I’m over at Love Bytes Reviews blogging about my last month which has been a mix of busy day job and juggling two new releases. You can read it here.
My monthly post over at Love Bytes Reviews is about adjusting to level 1 in New Zealand, which means I’m back working on site at the library full time. I’m also getting Shades of Sepia ready to repub at the … Continue reading
My May post over at Love Bytes Reviews is about my writing journey the past month, moving into level 2, and I’m sharing the cover for the new edition of Shadowboxing.
I’m over at Love Bytes Reviews blogging about balancing writing, editing, and everything else this month. You can read the post here.
I’m over at Love Bytes Reviews this month talking about our Kiwi Author meet up last month aka World Domination™, and the next step forward in my repubbing journey. You can read the post here
My blog post over at Love Bytes Reviews this month is called March is the New January. My year so far hasn’t been great. If I wrote about it in a book no one would believe me! Read about what’s … Continue reading