I was embroiled in a Twitter debate last night. A young man whose bio clearly states that he is a comedian and, in his own words, is soooo effing funny. He posted what I assumed was meant as a joke. Now, I didn't find it funny, and I like an offensive joke, I am not… Continue reading OUTRage
I want to shout out Happy International Women's day like everyone else, but to be honest.. I'm not happy about it! Women's day! I think about that a lot, that we still need a 'day' for so many issues that really, by now, shouldn't require any special announcement of existence. It's 2019 and still women… Continue reading International Women’s day!
You may have wondered where I have been all this time... My apologies for not being more up to date with my blogging but...This is what I have been doing. (Oh and finishing off my next novel, Forget It) Calling all UK/EU Lesfic readers... this is the event you have been waiting for! We have… Continue reading South Coast Lesfic HangOut
What is it about doubt? As a writer, actually I am going to assume anyone, but especially in the artistic field, we have this doubt that is always creeping in. I write my books with the full understanding that not everyone that reads them will love them. There will always be someone that just didn't… Continue reading That twisted knife of self-doubt…
You ever try and do something and everyone around you is doing it, and you just cant get it? That was me... this past year, all i kept reading about was AMS ads... So, I looked at it and then closed the page. My brain just wasn't built for that! I kept coming back to… Continue reading Realising, I am not a moron!
I found this great video on YouTube where Rachel Weisz teaches Emma Stone all about British slang. Some of the words are hilarious when you actually stop to think and explain them to someone, and yet they seem perfectly normal when we say them. However, I took issue with a couple. Faffing in my world… Continue reading British slang is quite funny!
I am a writer that likes reviews. I love to hear what a reader thinks about a book, where the author got it right, or in fact wrong. That's part of how we learn, from constructive criticism. However, I am not supposed to actually have an opinion on what the reader thinks...which I think is… Continue reading Dialect and dialogue.
Thought I'd give it a couple of days before finding my way over here, let you all deal with the hangovers first!! It was a quiet one for me (I say that as though any other year is different!!, Its not haha) I managed to stay up past midnight this time though, so that was… Continue reading Happy New Year
In what has been my first full year as an author, I have had many exciting, funny and nerve-wracking moments. Suffice to say, its been a blast and these are my Top Ten moments, in no particular order. 1. Escape & Freedom - Books The success of Escape & Freedom. When people ask me which… Continue reading 2018 – Top Ten