Where I Write By Kirsty Ferry

My regular contributor, Kirsty Ferry is with us today to talk about where she writes. Kirsty has had to Christmas books out recently – a paperback version of Holly’s Christmas Secret and Flora’s Christmas of New Beginnings. Both books are published by Choc Lit. Over to Kirsty … Thanks for having me on your blog… Continue reading Where I Write By Kirsty Ferry

Nearly November And That Means … by Morton S. Gray

It is nearly November and that means it’s nearly time for the annual NaNoWriMo writing challenge to write 50,000 words during the month of November. I’ve taken part in this challenge many times since 2010 and some of the books started in November have been published. 2010 – Pendle Cottage – 52,000 words written. 2011… Continue reading Nearly November And That Means … by Morton S. Gray

Extract From Mistletoe And Mayhem At The Little Shopping Mall By Hannah Pearl

This week I’m joined by Hannah Pearl whose new novel Mistletoe and Mayhem at the Little Shopping Mall was released by Ruby Fiction on 30 September 2022. Hannah is going to share an extract from the book with my blog readers … Hi Morton,  Thanks very much for welcoming me to your blog to celebrate… Continue reading Extract From Mistletoe And Mayhem At The Little Shopping Mall By Hannah Pearl

Inspired by the Lake District by Suzanne Snow

My special guest this week is Suzanne Snow, author of Snowfall Over Halesmere House for Canelo. I happily met Suzanne at the 2022 Romantic Novelists’ Association Conference, where we shared many great conversations and laughter. Suzanne is going to tell us about how living near to the Lake District inspires her writing. Over To Suzanne… Continue reading Inspired by the Lake District by Suzanne Snow

Is A Designated Writing Space Important? by Celia Anderson

My guest for 26 September 2022 is Celia Anderson as she asks the question – “Is a designated writing space so very important?” Celia has a new book for Harper Collins, Coming Home to Mistletoe Cottage to be published on 27 October 2022. Over to Celia … Is a designated writing space so very important?  I’m currently… Continue reading Is A Designated Writing Space Important? by Celia Anderson