Tipping Point

Blurb: 'I didn't know danger was floating behind us on the breeze as we walked along the beach, seeping in through the windows of our picture postcard life.' The year is 2024. A new social networking site bursts onto the scene. Private Life promises total privacy, with freebies and financial incentives for all. Across the... Continue Reading →

Sounds to write to.

Everyone has a different mindset or space that they like to get into when writing, and music / sounds are a big part of that. There have been several scientific studies into music and productivity, the article linked below is a good read and provides a nice overview of research conducted. The science backed ways... Continue Reading →

Snap Review: Avenge The Dead

Avenge the Dead Blog Tour - Organised by #damnpebblesblogtours Sometimes murder is the only way to get even… Four friends with dark secrets. One killer out for revenge. DI Frank Farrell and DS McLeod are tasked with investigating the brutal murder of a defence solicitor’s wife in Dumfries. It’s been over a year since they... Continue Reading →

8 Tips for writing a murder mystery

I've always wondered how to write a murder mystery I absolutely love love love murder mystery books/ crime novels, always have done always will. I truly enjoy being drawn through a scenario of did this happen or that? How did it happen, who did it and why? Being fed tiny pieces of information - slowly... Continue Reading →

Kalopsia

I'm very pleased to be a part of the Kalopsia blog tour organised by #damnpebblesblogtours. Book Blurb: Kalopsia – (n.) The delusion of things being more beautiful than they really are. They say you never know what goes on behind closed doors, but do you really know what goes on outside your front door either?... Continue Reading →

Struggling for ideas?

Ideas are the best and also the worst thing about writing, be it coming up with an interesting blog post, writing a short story or embarking on a 5 book series. They are great when they just 'ping' in your mind. Whether it be random ideas that seem to spring out of nowhere or something... Continue Reading →

My Favourite Author

My favourite author is Terry Pratchett. I'm pretty sure that he is one of those marmite writers, people tend to love or hate his style of writing. Obviously I love it. He is an award winning author, and most famous for writing the Discworld series which consists of 41 books.   I was extremely lucky... Continue Reading →

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