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Series Two: Chapter Five

In which Writewell notices she hasn’t been paid.


Andalusia. Sounds great, thought Writewell. She was now beginning to regret her conscientiousness, or weakness, or ambition, or whatever. 265 more words

Business English

How to Create a Shifter Hero Guest Blog

Hello all! Today I am on the The Reading Cafe with a blog about creating a shifter hero. Since my newest book, Shifter Wars, delves into the shifters, I was asked to explain a bit more about them. 56 more words


From The Hip

Let’s get something straight
right here out in the open
so that there is no chance
of any confusion anywhere

This poem is going to make… 72 more words


SoMeSu 23/11/14

Hello everyone and welcome back to Social Media Sunday!

Gosh I sound like Valerie Khoo when she’s greeting everyone at the start of an Australian Writers’ Centre podcast. 1,012 more words

Reader Interview: Michelle!

Hey, Michelle! Thanks for agreeing to be interviewed.
Before we start, why don’t you tell us a bit about yourself?
My name is Michelle but I also go by Spiderg1rl. 1,060 more words


What am I doing here?

I absolutely love reading and writing. A good book can have such an impact on me and have me thinking about it for days afterwards; even now I look back on certain books still reeling from its events. 134 more words


Copy tips that work

‘Unsolvable enigmas which prove elusive of proving conclusive conclusions.’

This line is guaranteed to switch off any potential customer. Its ticked every box of the ‘not what to do’ when writing copy. 162 more words