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Target Audience

One of the things a writer should identify when starting to write a novel is their target audience. When I wrote A Charming Bequest, in my mind I generated a vision of my reader, who was a lady, probably 40+ … Continue reading

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A Charming Bequest

A Charming Bequest – Researching a family story, Sophie finds more than she expected. A slightly erotic, contemporary romance. https://bit.ly/3dGJz93

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Promoting and marketing thoughts

I’ve posted before about how the inspiration and actual writing of a book can be tricky enough, but at least once you get a manuscript written then you have something to work with. You refine and hone it. You find … Continue reading

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Do you dream of writing and publishing a book?

One November, about a decade ago, every day I wrote for a couple of hours – 2500-3000 words. I’d read about NaNoWritMo and tried the principle. I found that getting into the daily writing habit, with a deadline for finishing … Continue reading

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West Country Writers Association

I’m a member of the West Country Writers’ Association whose central purpose is to foster, by the interchange of ideas, the love of literature in the West Country – the West Country of England, that is. The main event for … Continue reading

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