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How to work at home and get stuff done

Working from home sounds like the ultimate dream – no motorway car park to negotiate, no need to wear tight uncomfortable clothes – you can even work in your PJs if you want and you have 24 access to a … Continue reading

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How to write a guest blog post

I have had a guest blog post accepted at the Oxford English Dictionary website on the language in Jane Austen adaptions. I really enjoyed writing the blog post although it did require checking out some adaptions of some of Jane … Continue reading

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Ten of the best Bromances in Fiction

There’s something about a really good bromance that stirs the heart. Bromances have been a fiction winner ever since Jonathan & David way back in the time of Saul! These days we ship all kinds of bromances from TV series, … Continue reading

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Freelance Writing – How to Write Great Product Descriptions for a Website

One of the many freelance copywriter jobs available is to write product descriptions for a website. This is a description for each product on an e-commerce site which describes the product, gives a potential customer information on the product, often … Continue reading

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Six Best Girl BFFs in Fiction

Sometimes it’s not just all about the romance in a  novel. For me, there is nothing like a brilliantly defined girl friendship. Our friends can offer us a shoulder to cry on, good advice, sometimes bad advice, a cup of … Continue reading

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Day 30 – 30 Day Blogging Challenge – Final Review

It’s here – my final blog post of my 30 day blogging challenge! It’s been quite a journey involving late nights, frantic Google searches and lots of cups of tea. Along the way, I’ve made some friends and my blog … Continue reading

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Day 29: 30 Day Blogging Challenge – 30 Ways to find Blog Post Ideas

When I began this challenge, my biggest excuse for not keeping up my blog was that I didn’t know what to write about. On beginning this 30 day blogging challenge, I wrote a quick list of ideas for blog posts … Continue reading

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Day 28: 30 Day Blogging Challenge – Procrastination & the Writer

I would like to put my name forward for the title of ‘Writer Procrastinator Extraordinaire’ as I think that my talents for procrastination far exceed my talents for writing! Today I have had little bits of time here and there, … Continue reading

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Day 27: 30 Day Blogging Challenge – Five Retro Blog Posts to check out on this Blog

By the end of this blogging challenge, I will have written 30 blog posts in a little over a month. It ’s not been easy but it’s been worth it. For today’s blog post, I want to highlight some of … Continue reading

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Day 26: 30 Day Blogging Challenge – Author Websites Worth Visiting

These days it is recommended that authors have a website. Some are almost purely bibliographies, lists of their published books, a brief ‘About’ page and some contact details for literary festivals. Other authors clearly enjoy the process: they add extras … Continue reading

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