Publisher Spotlight: Barrington Stoke & Dyslexia Awareness

It’s the middle of Dyslexia Awareness Week here in Scotland; it runs from and to November 4th-9th. So to help spread awareness I’m hosting a publisher spotlight piece on Barrington Stoke and the amazing mission that they have. This article has been written in collaboration with the wonderful people of Barrington Stoke, but is not…

Why I wrote Nowhere Girls – An Interview with Teuta Metra

Nowhere Girls is the new novel by Teuta Metra. Described as a thrilling tale of love, lies and the lengths a woman will go to for freedom, it promises to be an intersteing read. Teuta Metra’s previous experience as an Albanian journalist has helped to make her somewheat of an expert on the struggles of women from…

Publishing My First Novel – A Guest Post from William Myers

I’m happy to bring to you a guest post from William Myers on how he became a published author. Perhaps his story can help you if you’re an aspiring author. So without further ado and in his own words… My first full-length novel was A Criminal Defense. After I completed it, I sent some query…

Exclusive bonus content from Amanda Robson’s latest book, Guilt

I’m honored to be partnering with Avon books to bring you this guest post on from Amanda Robson, author of Guilt, which features bonus content about the characters in Guilt. So without further ado… *** Guilt begins with a stabbing, which leaves one twin sister dead and the other accused of her murder. The twins…

The Search For Ideas – A Guest Post by Author Jaime Raven

I’m honored to be partnering with Avon books to bring you this guest post on The Search for Ideas from Jamie Raven, author of The Rebel. So without further ado… *** As an author one of the questions I’m most often asked is: Where do you get your ideas from? There’s no stock answer, of course….