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Category Archives: love bytes reviews
My monthly post at Love Bytes for April is about Wellington Armageddon, my annual geek excursion. One of the highlights this year was chatting to the guys behind The Promised Land books. Read my full Armageddon report here.
Congratulations to Love Bytes on their 6 year anniversary! Dani has been a wonderful friend and support to our community and I was thrilled when she invited me to write a monthly author blog there. As part of the celebrations … Continue reading
I’m over at Love Bytes Reviews blogging about starting a new story – A Wind of Roses which is the first book in my Kiwi Psi series. You can read the post here The photo is of the cable car … Continue reading
My monthly post over at Love Bytes Reviews for February is about changing lanes AKA writing more than one book at once. What strategies do other writers use? And for readers who read more than one book at a time … Continue reading
I recently started alpha reading with fellow Kiwi author Gillian St. Kevern, and have posted about my very positive experience over at Love Bytes Reviews. You can read the post here.
I figured as it’s December, I’d look back at 2018 for my last post for the year at Love Bytes Reviews. Thanks, Dani, for hosting me again this year. You can read the post here
My monthly post at Love Bytes Reviews for November is about NaNoWriMo and juggling routines. AKA how to make the most of limited writing time. You can read it here
I’m blogging over at Love Bytes Reviews this month about filling the well – aka strategies for writing health when life is a little too hetic.
My monthly Love Bytes Reviews blog post for September is about the Creative Youth writing workshops and the library, and also looks back at how writing – and publishing – has changed.
My monthly post at Love Bytes Reviews is about following in characters’ footsteps.