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And above all, read what you love, whenever you can.Helen
'This story sneaks up on you: It's not one of high drama, fast paced battles or bloody fights (well, not so far..). The story does have battles, but they're much more subtle: Bullies, self-doubt, the elements. The characters build, you get to know them and it suddenly occurs to you that you've been caught up in their world longer than you had planned...' Amazon.co.uk Customer review
‘I was pulled in right away.There’s so much energy in the story. It really comes alive.’ Al Stone, author of Talisman of El
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Calling beta readers – have you ‘Red’ on your phone lately?
Audio books are a big thing on smart phones these days (and are 100% reading, don’t let anyone tell you otherwise!) I have e-reader apps on mine which is great but the format is a bit clunky on a phone screen, whichever e-reader app I use. So I was exc …
The Pros and Pros of Procrastinating
I’ve been working on a scene set in the Tor-Milanese Ambassador’s house in Lestar, for book 4 (An Empty Fade). I have got one of my characters into a bind and I know he’s going to get out of it, but I’ve been having a lot of trouble working out how. It …
How readers can find stories they love
With such a diversity of routes to publishing (and during the last year, so many would-be writers with time to draft a manuscript) there has never been a better time to be a reader. But how do you as a reader find your way through all this to your kind …