Friday 30 June 2023

Review of Dragon Blood by Sean Fletcher


The dragon has been unleashed, and there will be blood.

With the evil dragon Tyrus freed and gaining power every day, Astrid and Kaden are running out of options to defeat him.

Their enemies are growing.

Their allies are turning.

Kaden’s lost his full dragon magic, and Astrid doesn’t know if hers will be strong enough. And when the unthinkable happens and their best chance at killing Tyrus is gone, they’ll be forced to seek help from their most dangerous foe, Nico.

If he doesn’t kill them first.

In this final book in the Legacy of Dragons series, the lines between friend and enemy are blurred, earth-shattering secrets are revealed, and the only certain thing is that the price for victory will have to be paid in blood…

My Review: 5 STARS

I dived into this having read the first three books and desperate to know what happened after the events of book three. You’re thrown into the action, and Fletcher pulls you alone with all the twists and turns. New characters, arcs that come full circle and keeping you hooked to every single word. By the end of it, you’re feeling like you fought the battle yourself, and it was just perfectly crafted to be satisfying in the best way. Having read other Fletcher books, I knew I was going to be in for a great ride, and I was no disappointed. Loved it, highly recommended!

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Thursday 29 June 2023

Tuesday 27 June 2023


Someone is hurting Tara's friends and she doesn't know how to stop it...


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"It's Evelyn. She was attacked. The police found her about two miles from where they found Marie. She's pretty traumatised. The police wanted to interview me and they said that I might have met her attacker! It’s happened to both my friends, you have to help, Tara!" Cindy said, calming down long enough to tell me the situation. Once she'd got it all out, she started to cry again.

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Monday 26 June 2023

Spoonie Writer: Working Out A Schedule


Last week I talked about sleepless nights and how my schedule works for me (found here) and this week I thought I'd switch from talking about being an indie author to talking about being a spoonie and having to juggle all the things while also juggling a chronic illness or two. For those who don't know, I've been chronically ill the majority of my life, and it all kinda came to a head when I was 19, and at 41, I'm still fighting the same fights as I was back then. Of course if I hadn't gotten sick when I did, I don't know if I would have become an author, and done all of that because I probably would not have had the downtime to even think about doing so seriously. So there was, for me, a turn left moment in my life when I got sick and found that writing was something I was exceptionally passionate about and could see myself doing for the rest of my life.

So with that bit of backstory and intro over, let's dive into the main point of this piece, and that's how do you find some kind of schedule, when you're not sure how you're going to feel from day to day. It's especially hard when you have fluctuating symptoms and don't know for sure that you're even going to be able to manage to get out of bed, let alone write, work, or whatever else you want to do. But sometimes it feels like the only way you're going to get things done is to have some idea of what steps you need to take and when you're going to do them.

Going back to when I first got sick enough that I couldn't work a conventional job and was retired on medical grounds at the age of 19. I didn't have the first clue what I was going to be doing with the rest of my life, and I was also really struggling to balance the new symptoms, pain, fatigue, brain fog and the like, and do anything other than lie in bed and watch videos or try and read book after book after book. It took me a really really long time to get to the stage where I am now, even without the fact that now I am a lot older, and in some ways I'm more stable, and in others I'm sicker.

I remember that back then I would push myself to write every day because that's what I thought 'real' writers did, and it backfired. I would have days when I couldn't get out of bed because of all that pushing. It wasn't until I'd grown up a little and accepted the loss of what I saw as my future back then, that I really started to see that I could do this writing thing, but, and this is important, I had to be extremely aware of my limits. From there, I would write in bursts and then spend days, weeks, even months sometimes away from writing because I would need to refill my creative well, and I just couldn't manage to write.

Of course, if you've been around the blog, or my Authortube channel, or even my socials, you'll know that now I write consistently and have a schedule that I, mostly, keep to. It all started very small, very slowly, and very carefully. I know that people have this impression that I'm always working, but I'm not. As I wrote about last week I only have a chunk of about three hours, at most, a day when I'll be able to write, or work, or do whatever admin stuff is needed of me. I can, occasionally, push on that and manage a little more for things like the professional editing cycle, but mostly, it's those three hours and little else is possible.

It took a lot of trial and error, and there are even some months or weeks when I still have to throw in the towel, and take a break because my body says stop. I learned that listening to what I needed, was the most important part of any schedule I could set up for myself. The same is true for any spoonie, and also healthy people as well, because you need to be sure that what you're trying to get done, isn't going to send you into a horrible flare. No one wants that!

So when it comes to trying to work out a schedule, my advice, as always, is to start small. It doesn't matter if that means, like I did a page a day, or if that means a paragraph a day, though not every day of course. You will make progress, you will find your schedule and routine, and while it will probably never stay static, it is something you can work with. You have to remember to go at your own pace, if it takes you months, or even years to get to the point where you feel like you know what you're capable of that's okay. As a wise friend once said to me, it takes as long as it takes, and that's okay.

Good luck!

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Friday 23 June 2023

Review of Wanderer by SE Anderson

For Sally and Zander, enjoying much-needed R&R means hitting up spa planets and chasing buried treasure. But their sun-soaked vacation is rudely interrupted by a visitation from Nimien, who's more Yoda than ghost. Suddenly they're on a wild goose chase for the mysterious Wanderer, and the Alliance is more than happy to let them lead a rescue mission for some good PR. Little did they know that Sally's bestie Marcy, the newly crowned First Lady of the Alliance, had snuck on board for a chance to escape the responsibilities – and boredom – of her new position.

When their ship crashes on Planet Nope, Sally and the gang find themselves cut off from each other and jumping altogether. And to make matters worse, the planet is home to a race of floating octopi who find humans to be the cutest things ever, and promptly adopt Sally as their unwilling pet. But with no eyes or ears, communicating with these giant cephalopods is a real challenge, especially when they can't hear Sally's cries for a hot shower and anything but kibble.

With Marcy missing and Zander fighting to put the pieces of his memory back together, Sally is on a mission to break free from her tentacled tyrants and reunite with her friends. Her only ally is a washed-up alien Rockstar who's making every moment into a power ballad. Can Sally stage a rebellion and escape the clutches of her pet parents and bring everyone home? Or will she be stuck in her own personal rock opera forever?


My Review: 5 STARS

Having followed this series for a long time, I was desperate to read this one, picking it up on release day and diving right in. Anderson always tells a story in a way that’s extremely relatable and entertaining. I was very much along for the ride, desperate to know how it was all going to come together and when I got to the very end, damn, I was left speechless! I need the next book like yesterday! I adore Sally, Zander, and Blayne and can’t wait to see what happens next in their story. Highly highly recommended!

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Thursday 22 June 2023

10 Facts About Planning [CC]

Giving you 10 facts about planning, both for your time and for your writing! #Authortube



Tuesday 20 June 2023


Nothing can go right for Cat, no matter what she does...


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Dad, for once, was on my side. I heard him tell Mum that it was possible that she had called the Akermans after Jayden had returned home and that I'd been telling the truth. It was surprising to hear my dad stick up for me. I didn’t actually know all that went on with my parents behind closed doors, but I did know that Dad firmly believed that my coming out had been a ploy of mine to embarrass the good name of the family.

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Monday 19 June 2023

The Trials Of An Indie Author: Sleepless Nights & Other Matters


If you've been around my socials for any length of time, you'll know that I am a very early riser (sometimes much to my chagrin) and get all my work done in the wee hours. It started out where I would wake up naturally around 4/5am and then it made sense to get the work done and out of the way before everyone else in the house, and my circle, woke up and needed things from me. In the past year or so I've started waking up even earlier, like midnight to 3am and as I sit here writing this blog post, it's almost 4am and I've been up since around 1am. So I know something about sleepless nights, and while it sounds like it's just a me thing, I know, from talking to other indie authors, that it's very much not.

When I first started writing, I always struggled with insomnia, which was hilarious to me because two of my chronic conditions cause fatigue so you'd think I'd be sleeping all the time, not the case. However, whenever I would see things like the 5am writers club on Twitter and the like, I'd seriously wonder who would do that willingly, because even though I couldn't always sleep, I didn't feel up to doing anything during that time. It's really only been the last two or three years that I've found I can be somewhat productive during the middle of the night, and while I've never embraced the hashtag on Twitter, since I find I write better on my own without distractions, I am very much a member of the club.

So what does this have to do with being an indie author? Well, I know I've talked before about there is a whole lot that indie authors (and trad pub as well to be fair) have to get done for releases, for writing, editing, promoting and all the rest of it. It's been something where I've found that because I'm in the UK, and a lot of the writers I know are elsewhere in the world, and a lot of the promo groups are in the US, this is a serious advantage for me to be awake, willingly, at these hours of the day. I can get so much done, and it allows me to reach out to promo groups and the like, and get instant, or almost instant responses. It also means that by about 9am my time, I'm done for the day because those conditions that cause fatigue may wake me super early, but they don't always allow me to function beyond that small window of time.

Now I am not, in any way, saying that to be a successful indie author that you have to get up at 5am or some other time of the wee hours. Not in the slightest. I know that there are all kinds of different writers out there who are morning writers, evening writers, middle of the night writers, afternoon writers and so on. You've got to do what works for you, and you've got to take care of yourself. My circumstances are my own, and they allow for me to do what I need to get done, but they also seriously curtail my social life because although I try to sleep past those early mornings on days off, or other days, I can't get back to sleep, and then by about 4pm, I'm ready for bed, so that's the payoff, and while I'm, mostly, okay with that, it can seriously suck!

But one of those things I've learned is that there are ups and downs of all parts of the indie life. It's not easy for any of us, even those who are making six figures and the like, they work hard, we all work hard. That applies to trad pub too, being an author of any kind is not and has never been easy. Part of being indie is that a lot of the time, you have to do a whole lot to be able to be successful. Now I wouldn't call myself successful in the true sense of the word, since while I am a full time author, it doesn't pay me full time, but I will say that I have gotten better at juggling all the hats indies have to wear (piece here) because of my whacked up sleep schedule.

It's one of those things that you don't really realise until you're in the thick of things and starting to manage it all. When I first got into planning my time, all those years ago, and went with the sticky notes (piece here) and then moved onto paper planners, I didn't really fathom just how I was spending my time. Now that I track (almost) every work thing I do (piece here), it's really opened my eyes to just what I'm doing, and how many hours I'm putting in.

Of course I have that added twist of only being able to manage, at most, three hours a day of work before my body waves that little white flag and I have no choice but to call it quits. That will throw a wrench in the works for me, as it would for anyone, because sometimes you need to be doing more to be able to manage and promote and the like. That said, I'm pretty pleased with what I pull off, though I would love to be able to do more, because I think it would really help me go from being a small fish, to one that is maybe a tiny bit bigger. But that's just how life works.

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Friday 16 June 2023

Review of Dragon Unleashed by Sean Fletcher


Deep in the darkness, the dragon waits to be unleashed…

The impossible has happened: Tyrus—a true dragon—has been communicating with Astrid.

He’s alive, he’s trapped, and he needs Astrid and Kaden’s help to escape.

Astrid has no clue where to start looking, until she and Kaden are invited as champions to the Guild Games, a prestigious competition between the dragon-kin guilds. And surprise, surprise, this year the Games are taking place in Yellowstone, exactly where Tyrus is being held. Astrid doesn’t believe in coincidences, and this one’s too good to pass up.

Even if they’re walking right into a trap.

Kaden doesn’t trust the Games’ promise of building “unity”, but they’re the perfect ruse to give them time to find Tyrus. And maybe give him time to grow closer to Astrid, the girl who changed his life, the girl he can’t bear to be without, and the girl he’s terrified of losing.

But things take a turn for the dangerous when they discover that Nico is after Tyrus, too, and nothing will get in his way.

Worse, someone is sabotaging the Games, leaving champions invalid and fingers pointed at Astrid and Kaden.
If they don’t stop Nico, find Tyrus, and clear their names, their newest enemy may become the guilds themselves...

My Review: 5 STARS

I read the second book in this series and had to dive into this one almost immediately. With Kaden and Astrid facing new dangers and trying to find their way through all the twists and turns, I knew I was in for a good ride. The book pulls you in from the first page and keeps you hooked until you reach the end, and even then you are desperate to know more. I finished this in one sitting and glad I have the fourth book so that I can jump right into that and continue on with the story. An amazing urban fantasy series, and one I very much recommend!

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Tuesday 13 June 2023


Tara's pretty sure the notes don't mean anything...


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“Is this the first time you’ve had one of these notes?” he asked. Great, now I was going to have to full-on lie!
“Yes,” I said, without hesitation. I knew that Dad would be way beyond mad when he realised that not only had I lied, but I’d hidden something like this from him. In his terms it would mean I would probably be grounded until the day I left home.

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Monday 12 June 2023

Idea Soup - The Creative Process


One of the things that non-writers always ask is where do you get your ideas from? I've answered this question so many different ways and of course it's a genuinely asked one, but to be honest I'm more excited about a different one, and that is: how do you sort through which idea to write first? I'm sure, all the writers reading this, are pretty much nodding along, because that's the thing when you're a writer, you don't ever just have the one idea, you have several of them, and sorting through them and deciding which one to write first can be a bit difficult.

I've now drafted over forty books, I have my twenty-first book being released in November, and I couldn't be happier about the stories I've told, and the places I've taken my characters and all of that. I'll admit that there have been times towards the end of projects when I get a little writer anxiety of: what happens if I don't ever have another idea? What happens if I don't think of anything to write next? It has never come true, but you know what anxiety is like, you can't always map it out logically.

So how do I sort through the idea soup? How do I know which one is the next thing I want to write? How do I narrow it down when there are just so many of them? I talked before about plot bunnies (piece found here) and I've talked about how you can trap them and make sure they grow up into fully fleshed out ideas, but I don't think I've ever really talked about what to do when you're staring at this idea soup and have no idea how to sort through it all and find that golden pea that will be the companion of yours for the next few months (or however long it takes you to write it) so I thought I'd do that today.


Sticking with the image of all of this being a massive pan of soup, my first step is to make sure that what I'm looking for is going to actually be big enough for me to do something with it. I don't want to take an idea and find out that it's too small without being attached to another idea, to be able to make it into a full length novel. I don't generally do well with short stories (I'm an overwriter and of course everything I write ends up longer than it needs to be, so lots of cutting happens during revision and editing) and I also do better with a big idea than a little one.

So my first step is to sift through, put to the side those little plot twists and the like, because they may still be able to be used, and find the big stuff. The ones that will contain a whole arc for the characters, the ones that may even end up being a series or the like. It's those ones that I want to harvest because they're the ones that I feel are cooked the most. As someone who's written a lot, I can tell you that some ideas that will fall through at this stage, grow up to be big ideas. They just might need a little bit longer in the pot, that's all.

I think this is a very important step, because if you're looking for say, a story for a competition or an anthology or the like, then that's going to have an impact on what you choose. If you're looking for something with series potential then again, it's going to have an impact. Say you want to write a certain genre, and some of your ideas are not going to work, well they can be put to one side and even put back into the pot so that you can come back to them later.

Rachel Morton (channel here) did an excellent video series recently about brainstorming and choosing ideas, and I have to say that I agree with her way of doing things. It is so important to keep that goal in mind, because it will very much impact your choices, as it should. There is no point in going for an idea that you know is going to be a problem for that goal, because then you're wasting your time, and while it may be an excellent idea, it's not the one for right now.

At the end of the day, most writers will always have a preference when it comes to which idea they choose to write next. I am someone who crosses genres, and sometimes I'll be in the mood for some paranormal, other times I want to do dystopian, and other times I just want to stay in this world and do some straight up crime/mystery, and that's obviously going to have an impact in what I choose to write next.

So when you've narrowed down your options, you really need to think about what you personally want to be writing next. I think you'll find that you may be drawn to some ideas more than others, and it's about sitting down and making that choice. You've dug through the soup for them, and it's just a case of deciding which one is calling to you the most, which one are you most excited to write. That will be your golden pea, and it's a choice only you can make for yourself.

So there we go, that's how I usually sort through the idea soup. I've got a massive document on my computer and ipad that list out all my ideas. I make sure that when I have some little, or big, ones I write them down because they need to grow and cook and become ready for when I do want to write them. Sometimes it's things like a simple premise. Other times it's a whole plot. It really just does depend on when and where the plot bunnies hit.

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Friday 9 June 2023

Review of When We Lost The Moon by Samantha J Won

He’s her childhood nemesis – and she’s the only one who can save his life.

When 17-year-old Aera Song mysteriously develops the power to foresee death, nobody believes her – not even herself. But after she’s haunted by disturbing visions of her childhood nemesis meeting a gruesome end, she begins to realize that she’s the only one who can save his life.

Gray Yoo has been in love with Aera for years. But there’s one big problem: the older they get, the more she can’t stand him. The werewolf and young alpha has enough on his plate, without trying to woo the heart of his cousin’s ex – like keeping his pack together and trying to stay alive when fate seems determined to kill him.

Nemesis or not, Aera can’t watch Gray die. Forced into a desperate struggle to protect him and prevent her shocking visions from coming to pass, she begins to wonder whether her power is a gift... or a terrible curse.

To save Gray’s life, she’ll need to cheat fate itself. But it will come at a price – one that she might not be willing to pay...


My Review: 5 STARS

I picked this up because the cover called to me and the blurb intrigued me. While it took me a while to get into the story, once I was, I was hooked! I adore Aera, and Cole, and Gray, adored watching their story come together and trying to guess how everything would end up. Won has an amazingly talented teenage voice and the way she wrote all the POVs had you able to pick out their distinct thoughts without needing to know which POV you were in. I did not see that ending coming, and once it was revealed I was gasping and desperate to know how it’ll all end up. Highly recommended to all who love a paranormal!

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Tuesday 6 June 2023


Harriet isn't good at making friends...


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“You don’t have any ulterior motive?” I asked, instantly regretting it when I saw her face. It had gone from her smiling face to a stony expression. I was about to apologise when she spoke.
“You know what, Harriet. I’ve been nothing but a friend to you over the past couple of days. I’ve listened to you when you wanted to talk, I didn’t tell anyone about our talk about seeing ghosts because I felt like I’d found a friend and I didn’t listen in to your conversation with your Mum and I watched out for you while you made the call. I’ve been sympathetic and I’ve let some really rude things slide because I assumed there was a reason for it. Now I see that there is a reason you don’t have any friends here, basically you’re a bitch!” she snapped, grabbing her bag and storming off.

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Monday 5 June 2023

Living The Author Life - The Creative Process


I have been published for almost 18 years now. It blows my mind to think about that, think about what it means and how far I've come. That said, it also feels like this has been something I've done my whole life. It's hard for me to separate the actual true past, and the thought that I've always been writing, always been working to a point where I can live the author life full time.

I get to see a lot of different sides of the author life because of my process, and because of the way I've gone about it. From dealing with a shady publisher, to the advent of ebooks and KDP and self-publishing getting a leg up to help those authors like me who just wanna publish their books, and have them reach the right readers, but also be able to support ourselves.

I've said before that I'm a very small fish in a very big pond, and that I'm okay with that. It's still true. I know that because I'm indie, and because I suck mostly at advertising and marketing, then I may always stay as a small fish. For me the reason I write is because I have stories that I need to tell. Stories that live inside me and are itching to get out.

Here's an example of what I mean, these past two months I've been going through a massive pain flare, and doing the smallest thing has felt nigh on impossible. I've needed more pills than I usually do, and because of that have been sleeping more, needing more downtime, and the only thing that I have consistently been able, in fact needing to do, is write.

Now, I know that some of you might think that the better option for me was to rest and recover, and while I have been doing a whole ton of that, some of the relief I've found has come from letting my words flow out onto the page and just lose myself in another world. Readers do it when they pick up a book, but authors and writers do it too. They open their document, and just sink into the known, the familiar, the unknown sometimes, and that can be a balm to the soul.

No one ever said that writing would be easy, or that being an author would be easy. No one tells you that all you have to do is write a book, publish it, and then boom, instant recognition. It doesn't work like that for anyone, apart from maybe celebrities but they already had the instant recognition, so I don't think that counts. For me, living the author life is hard. It something where there are times I struggle, and there are times when I think that I'm not going to be able to make it much further, or that my ideas will dry up, or that my body will give out on me, and I won't be able to write any more.

And being honest? That terrifies me because losing the ability to write my stories and share them with my readers is something that keeps me going at times. It can be lonely, it can be isolating, it can be hard, you can cry and sweat and get frustrated at the way things are going, but, and here's the thing, you have to keep going. You can't give up and throw in the towel, because those stories will not write themselves, and you just gotta keep writing, keep moving forward. It's the only way to do it. I wish you all the luck in the world!

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Friday 2 June 2023

Review of Dragon Lost by Sean Fletcher


A lone dragon is a vulnerable dragon, and the Slayers are closing in…

Kaden shouldn’t have left. Not the guilds. Not Astrid when she needed him most.

But the deadly Slayer Nico is working on his next plan to destroy the dragon-kin, and Kaden is determined to take him down, no matter the cost.

Only, Kaden’s broken, in both body and spirit. And when he finally uncovers part of what Nico’s planning, it may be too late for Kaden to stop him. Or for anyone to save Kaden himself.

Astrid’s searching too, for the Slayers, for Kaden, and for answers about the mysterious visions she’s having and voices she’s hearing. A poison has left her full dragon magic more unstable than ever, and the Convocation’s creepy new trainer is only making things worse.

If that’s not bad enough, her best friend Holly has discovered something insanely, dangerously, powerful long hidden within the guilds. It could be the very thing Astrid needs to stop the Slayers…or be Holly’s death.

Desperate for answers, Astrid has to seek help from the very person who tried to kill her. She knows he has sinister motives of his own, but she’ll have to play his game if she wants a chance to save her friends, and all dragon-kin, before it’s too late.

My Review:  5 STARS

I’d read the first book in this series and loved it so when the next three were out, I had to pick them up to binge read them ASAP. I adore Astrid and Kaden, watching them both come through things in their own different way and seeing where their journey takes them. Fletcher has a way of building a world that has you hooked from the first page and leaves you desperate for more. This book was no exception to his usual skill, and I breezed through it in a day, not wanting to stop because every page is begging to be turned. Overall an amazing read, and one that I recommend!

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Thursday 1 June 2023


Joey is wheelchair walking the English Channel for British Red Cross #MilesForRefugees in June!

For those wishing to sponsor her, the link is here!

Joey has been wheelchair walking around her local park three times a week since the beginning of the year, and when she saw this event, she knew she had to take part. She will be completing fourteen wheelchair walks over the month of June, all of which will make up the 22 miles of the English Channel.

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5 Tropes I Love To Write [CC]

Talking about the 5 tropes that I love to write! #Authortube