Articles

Do Middle-Aged Woman Become Invisible? Guest interview Toni Kief — A Little Bit of Blake

These are two of my favourite writers! I couldn't reisist reblogging this absolutely great interview. In  parts it made me laugh because Toni Kief is a great character, she often cheers me up with her posts, comments and writing. Julia Blake, is a very gifted writer and she has just started this new blog. Previously… Continue reading Do Middle-Aged Woman Become Invisible? Guest interview Toni Kief — A Little Bit of Blake

Animals

My Week in Pictures

by Karen J Mossman Today is chill out Sunday. A day to sit back and relax, which is what I did. This made me think of the all the things I'd achieved last week.  Besides writing, I love crafts and the top row of the picture shows containers made from painted recycled baked beans tins.… Continue reading My Week in Pictures

Fantasy

Diary of an Everyday Vampire by Theresa Hedges

#pictpublishing Congratulations Thérésa Hedges-Webb on the release of her second book in the series, Diary Of An Everyday Vampire ~ Volume 2. 🥂🍾📚💜 Description Book 2 of the Diary Of An Everyday Vampire is back! Louder, more observant and cheekier than ever. Read more of the irreverent rants, humorous musings and useful advice from the… Continue reading Diary of an Everyday Vampire by Theresa Hedges

Articles, Stories

Abortion Protests

I was listening to the radio this morning and they were talking about exclusion zones outside abortion clinics. It was appalling to hear how women entering them were being harassed. It must be a difficult decision to have an abortion in the first place. There would be a lot of soul searching beforehand. There are… Continue reading Abortion Protests

Romance

The Carrero Series by Leanne Marshall

#pictpublishing Genre: Romance/Contemporary/Women's Fiction Description EMMA ANDERSON has everything in her life worked out.She has a perfect job in a Manhattan empire, allowing her to live a quiet, organised and safe existence. A necessity after a childhood filled with abuse, bad memories, and a mother who was less than useless.She’s worked hard to get where… Continue reading The Carrero Series by Leanne Marshall

Articles

Don’t Look it up First!!

I'm delighted to share these wonderful words of wisdom by writer Joni Martins. They made me chuckle, as how many times have you done this?Just came across a fun picture I thought I would share. As you may be aware, I'm currently still working on 'Diary of a Female GP'. This is nearing completion, albeit… Continue reading Don’t Look it up First!!

Articles, People

Coping with Father’s Day as a Single Parent

As time has gone on, Father's Day has become easier. I lost my dad in September of 2010.  For a reason I can't explain, I don't want to put his face on Facebook as a memoriam with all the other 'remembering my dad' posts. However, I have talked about him on here, and in my… Continue reading Coping with Father’s Day as a Single Parent

Articles, People

My Two Dads

I came across this on an old blog of mine, and thought it appropriate to post for Father's Day and also National Parent's Day on 26th July. Once upon a time I had two dads, one with hard brown eyes and the other with soft ones. The dad with the hard eyes was a police… Continue reading My Two Dads

Articles, For Writers

What to do next in Self Publishing

By Karen J Mossman The days of writing a novel selling it, and making money are gone. The self promotion and chasing the next sale as well as everything that goes into making it publishable is stressful and a number of authors just want to give up. I was talking to writer, Josesph Lemon, he… Continue reading What to do next in Self Publishing