Thursday, 25 July 2013

Second edits are back...

Well guys I have had my second edits back a few days ago, and now I am not in school I will be working on them tomorrow. Fingers crossed this time we don't find anymore.

I am so nervous and scared, and a little exited about the release of my book.

Hoping that readers love it as much as I do.

Anyone who would like to take a look at the first three chapters, stop by my wattpad account. Leave a comment, here or there, I would love to hear your thoughts.

 This is an earlier version of my book cover, but wanted to share it with you. The updated version is on wattpad. Do you like it, does it stand out? Does it appeal to YA and adults alike?

Wednesday, 17 July 2013

The Crimson Clan and David. R Bennett

Hey fellow bloggers,let me tell you about an author (David. R. Bennett) who has already released his first book (The Crimson Clan) and due to release his second, called Cry of the wolf. The book follows the story Destiny Phoenix, a young girl who disocvers that her life is about to change, forever. She turns 16, with plans of getting her drivers licence, but everything changes. She loses her parents, and learns of a brother she never met, and  top it all off, Destiny is about to get the biggest birthday shock. She is a slayer, and from that moment she needs to be ready to do battle.

I enjopyed the book, and my son who is ten will be reading it next, I am sure he will lovbe it as much as I did. Here is a link to The Crimosn Clan :

The second book is due to have a cover reveal soon, 28th July 2013.

Sunday, 14 July 2013

Book review coming soon

Hey to all my friends out there, well the sun is shinning and I love the heat, but wow it is hot, and i cannot get cool, even with the fan going. I should spend more time in the garden or out in the sun, but guess what I am in my usual place, sat at the computer or reading on my kindle, I cannot help myself.

For the past week I have had little time to read, but the weekend before I downloaded a book by a lady called Monica Murphy, called One week girlfriend, I must admit once again I did not read the blurb, but the title alone had me pulled into what the story would be like. I had no idea it was one of these New Adult books I keep hearing about.

I sat down to read the first book and I could not get enough. I had read half the book before I popped on amazon to check out the blurb, and of course could not help but check out one or two reviews, and glad I did, because I discovered that this book had a second part, (Second chance boyfriend) and I would have been a little like I need to find book 2 now. So instead, I downloaded book 2 there and then, before reading any more of book 1.

I will take my time to write the reviews to post here, but if you cannot wait, I will add a link the first book is only priced at 38p. A bargain. Snap it up, you will love it.

Thursday, 11 July 2013


Today I am glad it is almost bed time, it is not every day I wish the kids were in bed, most days, but not every day. I have more of this to come, as the school holidays are creeping up on us.

I have four children, two teens and two under ten. One of my sons has special needs and keeps me on my toes.

As for my book, I am working on edits, book one has been edited and sent back to the pubisher, and I am now working on book two.

Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Dream World - update

I've done it, YES, another round of edits complete, that is now a total of word pages 198 and 73,066 words.....*happy dance time*

Now waiting for the edits to come back, and while I am, will edit book 2. Getting closer to being released every day.

Friday, 5 July 2013

Writing Well

My local writing group which I attended for a year came to a end last night. We met up to say our final goodbyes as a group. I will miss the mettings and the feedback I received from the other members.

I know my writing improved due to being part of the group and trying new things, thinking outside the box during the writing challenge part of the session.

I will keep in touch with those friends via social networks, and always be grateful for their support.