How You Can Improve Newsletter Results [Reblog] – PH Solomon

I've talked recently about getting your email list set up and how you can go about adding people to that list. What I didn't talk about was what you do after that. Most people approach it with a newsletter, but if you've ever tried that and looked at the results, you may be disheartened. PH … Continue reading How You Can Improve Newsletter Results [Reblog] – PH Solomon

The Waiting Game- The Truth About A Premature Baby – Jen Buck.

A few weeks ago, I was chatting with a friend I've known for a few months, and I discover that she has written a book! It's her first book, and it is the story of a very intimate part of her life - the birth of her two sons, both born prematurely. The purpose of … Continue reading The Waiting Game- The Truth About A Premature Baby – Jen Buck.

Lessons Learned after One Year of The Art of Blogging – [Reblog] The Art of Blogging

I have spent some not so insignificant time these past few months thinking about blogging, what it's all about, and how to get better at it. I came across Christian Mihai and his site 'The art of Blogging,' and discover that there ia literally a bajillion (that's a word) things to learn. I the post … Continue reading Lessons Learned after One Year of The Art of Blogging – [Reblog] The Art of Blogging

6 Tips for Adding Life to Your Locations [Reblog] Nicholas Rossis

Jut read a post from Author Nicholas Rossis about adding life to you locations. My current WIP is set mainly in one location, but I want to ensure I set that one location up in the bed way possible. Nicholas post is a summary of another which he recommends you read as well, but for … Continue reading 6 Tips for Adding Life to Your Locations [Reblog] Nicholas Rossis

Spennyriver Lingo

What are these? Fingers. Spennyriver is a small town deep in the heart of the Midlands, UK. The Spennyriver Dispatch is the local paper bringing you all the local news, keeping you up to date with all the happenings in this strange town. It's like a regular town with regular people. Just weirder. Spennyriver Dispatch … Continue reading Spennyriver Lingo

Serial Saturday [Horror] – The Photograph #3

Another week has passed me by without me noticing. I've watched a bit of the women's World Cup (go England!), and I've done some drawing, so I know I must have been around! But today is Saturday and it's time to focus on the serial at hand, which this time round, is The Photograph. Last … Continue reading Serial Saturday [Horror] – The Photograph #3

Road To A [Horror] Comic: Weeks 12-14

Another 2 weeks in the bag, and it's looking more likely that a fortnight posting schedule for these updates is more realistic, as I have quite a bit going on in my life at the moment. That's not an excuse, and the drawing is still happening, in fact, the drawing is perhaps the one thing … Continue reading Road To A [Horror] Comic: Weeks 12-14

Spennyriver Lingo

Look at the mess you have made. Spennyriver is a small town deep in the heart of the Midlands, UK. The Spennyriver Dispatch is the local paper bringing you all the local news, keeping you up to date with all the happenings in this strange town. It's like a regular town with regular people. Just … Continue reading Spennyriver Lingo

HOW TO REALLY BUILD A PLATFORM IN THE BOOK COMMUNITY – Reblog – YA and Wine

Following on from last week's post on building your author platform (did you work out what it is yet?), I came across this post over on yaandwine.com that talks about getting yourself integrated into the online book community. It requires work (doesn't anything worthwhile?), but if you want to sell more than 5 copies of … Continue reading HOW TO REALLY BUILD A PLATFORM IN THE BOOK COMMUNITY – Reblog – YA and Wine

To Be Or Not To Be? Maybe Not! [Reblog] – Audrey Driscoll

I came across a post recently about 'crutch' words - words that we sometimes lean on when perhaps others would be better, or better yet, the sentence that they're in needs revising. Typically, I lost track of that post, but Today I came across a very similar post from Audrey Driscoll, talking about one such … Continue reading To Be Or Not To Be? Maybe Not! [Reblog] – Audrey Driscoll