So I stumbled across these hilarious texts between Harry Potter characters on pinterest and I just had to share them! Enjoy! The Draco to Dobby one got me so bad haha!
Thank you Aura Willow for tagging me! Check out her blog it’s great! So here goes… 1. Do you have a certain place at home for reading? I either read in bed or on my spot on the sofa by the window – but I can pretty much read anywhere! I completed the maze runner […]
Here’s mine! Book: Ptolemy’s Gate by Jonathan Stroud “Well, you’re a clever girl and no mistake.” I’ll take it! Haha! Give it a go and post your answers in the comments!
Think you’ve come down with a bad case of Writer’s Syndrome? Check out these five signs that’ll help you diagnose yourself…. 1) Do you fantasize about writing? About what your characters could get up, about their pasts and futures, love interests and enemies? Do you gaze off into the distance with an evil smile on […]
So I have spent many many hours trying to come up with the best blurb possible for my upcoming YA fantasy novel Creeping Shadow! And what have I learnt? Writing a blurb suckssss!! I can write thousands of words to make a novel but apparently summing it up in a few hundred is just anout […]
Originally posted on susannevalenti:
?? On October 1st my book Chained is going on sale and I’m looking for anyone who would be interested in having an advanced copy in return for an honest review (feel free to love it 😍). If you know anyone else who would be interested then please let them know…
I don’t know about you but there are a few relationships in books that never worked out the way I wanted them to. Maybe I just imagined the connections I saw or maybe they really existed but the author never followed them through – who knows? Anyways here’s my top four. I’m gonna focus on […]
Thanks to Candice for nominating me for this fun challenge! Check out her blog she’s a fantastic writer and you’ll love her posts – don’t pass her by! So – what’s the challenge I hear you cry? Here’s the rules… Rules of the Challenge: 1. Open a blank document. 2. Set a stop watch or […]
Originally posted on What Inspires Your Writing?:
If Caroline Peckham were a character in her own young adult fantasy stories, she might just steal the show. This talented author is vibrant, active, and also very funny. Case in point: she asserts that her hometown, “the most quaint, quintessentially English town you could ever imagine” (Kent,…