Three Ways to Deal with Waiting in Publishing

If you follow me on Twitter (if not, you’re missing out on a whole lot of anxiety I mean fun), you knew this blog post was coming. Considering the responses I got from that tweet, clearly waiting is a certainty in publishing. This blog post is meant to help you expect the waiting. (You’re going Read More

Here’s what I’ve been up to…

Hi there! If you follow my blog, you’ve probably noticed I haven’t posted anything in a while. As of today, it’ll be seven weeks since my last blog post *gasp*. A lot has happened. And if you follow me on social media (you totally should), you’ll know some of it. If you don’t, here’s what Read More

Review: Love On My Mind by Tracey Livesay

It’s time for another review! I’m so excited about this one – not because Tracey Livesay is a new author, but because she’s a new-to-me author (which is just as fun). She’s also a damn good writer, so I’m happy to share my love of her book, Love On My Mind, with you. Love On Read More

Four Tips for Writing Your Synopsis

So, after last week, you know the most important thing about writing a synopsis is the conflict. Today, I’m going to give you an additional four tips for writing your synopsis based on the tricks I’ve learnt so far. One: Write out everything. As I mentioned in last week’s post, I anchor my synopsis by Read More

The One Thing to Remember when Writing a Synopsis

So, you’ve read my post on first drafts and now you’re feeling confident about starting the submission process. This is major, and before you start, you should take a moment to realise – and congratulate yourself on – that. And then you need to do research. In that research, you’ll learn that agents and publishers Read More