Astrology For Romance Writers…

I’ve wanted to write love stories since I was way too young to know what a love story really was. I’m not necessarily talking about category romance (although I’d like to have a shot at that one day), but the sort … Read More

2017: The Writing Goals

So that was 2016. Tomorrow night we’ll be raising a glass to it and sending it on its way. There’s no denying 2016 was difficult – for me personally, and for many of you too. Yet it was also a … Read More

Nanowrimo: The Update Post…

Ok, so we’re 11 days into nanowrimo. By the time this post goes live I’ll be on my way to the airport to fly to Queenstown, New Zealand. I have the weekend in Queenstown with friends and then start Milford … Read More

Nanowrimo: The Update

Ok, so we’re 11 days into nanowrimo. By the time this post goes live I’ll be on my way to the airport to fly to Queenstown, New Zealand. I have the weekend in Queenstown with friends and then start Milford … Read More

Welcome to Brookford…

If you’ve read Wish You Were Here, you’ll have been introduced to Brookford. But where is Brookford? Unlike Queenstown – which is, of course, a real place – Brookford is mostly from my imagination. Essentially it’s an amalgam of any … Read More

Baby, It’s You

In between the hoo-haa of the release of Wish You Were here, I re-launched Baby, Its You with a new cover. What do you think?    

Wish You Were Here…It’s OUT now…

With very little fanfare and more than the usual amount of release day nerves, Wish You Were Here is now out and available on Amazon. To celebrate the release, it’s available for $2.99USD (I think that converts to $3.99AUD) for … Read More

Project Management for Indie Authors…

Wish You Were Here is off being made ready for publication. This time I’ll be having the file converted not only to kindle and ibooks formats (epub and mobi files), I’m also having it converted to paperback file as well. … Read More

How to train for nanowrimo…

So anyways, I’ve given you some reasons why you should be doing NaNoWriMo- the equivalent of a marathon for writers. Marathoners pull on their trainers each day and practice. So do writers. With November nearly here, it’s time to get … Read More