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I write Adult fantasy and speculative fiction novels, gritty short stories and poetic prose. On my blog, I offer inspirational writing tips to help writers pursue their dreams, develop and build their brand, and above all else… keep motivated. I run creative writing workshops in my local area and run a group for local entrepreneurs. So don’t forget to click the follow button and join me over at my blog.
I’m now offering free critiques on pitch, query or the first five pages of a novel for query ready writers. Head on over to the ‘Contact me’ page for more information.
Introverted, creative and above all else a dreamer.
I’m currently editing my fourth novel, Entangled. A speculative fiction similar to the TV series Fringe. My second and third novels are currently being queried. I love nothing more than reading fantasy novels, but I also enjoy paranormal romance and thrillers.
If I’m not reading or writing, you’ll find me binge watching tv series, having coffee dates with my friends, practicing yoga and taking long walks with my dog. My home and heart belong in Wales, I’m lucky enough to live in a pretty coastal town within Cardigan Bay where I have plenty of beaches at my fingertips.
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It’s not the tradition of trick or treating that I like, or the horror films that threaten to terrify. No, I have enough ghosts of my own. It’s the pleasure of the senses, and that devious delight in being reborn each year.
If you’ve stumbled upon this post, you’re probably wondering what’s next? Let’s face it… editing a novel is a daunting task. You’re not alone if you feel overwhelmed and baffled by this next stage. As I embark on editing my fourth novel, I’m feeling the stirrings of dread. But fear not, I’m going to break things down into bite size tips to get you started.
Getting our writing critiqued is a vital learning process for writers. Through feedback, authors can shape their novel into a piece of work that’s coherent and has marketable appeal. Beta Reader’s response can help to judge which part of your book will work for your audience, and those that may not.