Ten Writing Exercises to Kick Start Your New Writing Year

Hopefully now we’ve all recovered from the overindulgence of Christmas and we are now ready to settle into a new year of writing. I’ve started writing my own projects for the year this week and it’s a good time to get started on yours. If you’re struggling, here are a few ideas to get you going: Continue reading

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The big day has arrived! My novel is now up for sale on Amazon for Kindle! If you have another type of ereader, you can convert it using Calibre. Also available via the Kindle apps on PCs, tablets and smartphone! 

When Breck, a bounty hunter from a future Earth, crash lands in remote 1910 Wales, he must find a way to fit in and survive amongst the primitive locals. Iestyn Griffiths, a butler in a fine house, leads a lonely life and has dreams he knows can never be fulfilled. His imagination leads him to the stars but he knows he can never follow it there. Yet when the handsome and cocksure Breck moves into the neighbourhood, Iestyn finds himself fascinated by the man he convinces himself he hates. In this erotic science fiction story, the two men join in a journey of discovery into their deepest selves. Can their love survive their differences and the criminal from the future who wants to tear them apart?

 

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Organising Your Writing Life

Organising Your Writing Life

Finding Your Success

In our modern, fast-paced world, with computers and smartphones providing entertainment at our fingertips, we writers often struggle to focus on our writing. It can take years to learn how to organise our creativity but all successful writers have found their own way. As Ernest Hemmingway said ‘those who say they want to be writers, and aren’t writing, don’t.’ Organising your writing life is the only to turn this desire to write into achieving your writing goals.

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I’m delighted to announce the front cover for my newest book, coming soon!

 

Stars

When Breck, a bounty hunter from a future Earth, crash lands in remote 1910 Wales, he must find a way to fit in and survive amongst the primitive locals. A butler in a fine house, Iestyn Griffiths, leads a lonely life, has dreams he knows can never be fulfilled. His imagination leads him to the stars but he knows he can never follow it there. Yet when the handsome and cocksure Breck moves into the neighbourhood, Iestyn finds himself fascinated by the man he convinces himself he hates. In this erotic science fiction story, the two men discover each other and follow each other into a journey of discovery into their deepest selves. Can their love survive their differences and the criminal from the future who wants to tear them apart?

 

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Free – Chapter One of The Dreamers

Great news, here is the first chapter of my Paranormal Romance, The Dreamers available absolutely free! Give it a try and if you like it, the ebook is available from Amazon at only £2.05!

Chapter One

The house had been empty for a long while. The first time she stepped across the threshold, dragging her suitcase behind her, Jennifer was overcome by the musty smell and her eyes watered from the thick dust coating the walls.

‘Oh shit,’ she murmured into the dark hallway. ‘What have I done?’

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Ours

My collection of short stories and poems, all about love, is now only 77p! A great way to get a taste of my writing!

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Here’s a free extract to whet your appetite:

Back and Forth

Back and forth, back and forth. The swing moves under me almost without effort, carrying me up to the stars and back. The swings, like the park, haven’t changed since I was six years old. Now, nine years later, I come here by myself. There is no one else here. I am alone and here I can think.

I grip the slippery chains of the swing hard. My palm is slick against the metal but I hold tight: up and down, up and down. It’s been a long day. My mind has been full of thoughts, memories I don’t want to think about. I’ve been remembering his hand on my arm.

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