There seems to be a theme, in a number of the books I've read, being that a woman's confinement within an asylum has been part of some great conspiracy to, as I've noted before, silence them. This is the kind of thing I'd love to study, and write a paper on. And I might just … Continue reading The Asylum – a review
Florence & Giles, by John Harding is unlike anything I've read before. Sure, I've seen the Gothic elements before, but I'm talking about the language. At first I was like, "Jeez, there seems to be a few errors." then I was like, "Have I forgotten English?" then I realised, "Ah!" and then it was like, "Holy … Continue reading Florence & Giles – a review
All of my books have arrived in the mail. Woo! I can't wait to crack into them! I recently finished reading Wildthorn, by Jane Eagland. It was amazing! But, I will speak (write?) more of that in a minute. I just started Florence and Giles, by John Harding. It was so difficult to choose (from … Continue reading An unintentional review post on Wildthorn
I know I gave you guys an update last week, but it feels like it has been months. Maybe it's because I just keep forgetting to tell you about all the awesome stuff that's been happening. Such as... historical fiction writer, Fiona Mountain, is now following me on Twitter!!! If you remember, I recently mentioned … Continue reading Comps, cover letters, editors, agents
TeamBeta has finished going through Eleanor, and I've received very positive comments! Yay! My beta team did an absolutely amazing job of going through Eleanor. I had no idea the amount of typos still left in the manuscript. It's quite embarrassing actually, but since I've read it so many times, I have been left blind … Continue reading Eleanor – done and dusted-ish
I am writing this a little earlier than usual as I will be jetting off (via car) for a wee birthday break in a couple of days. Yes, I will be older and wiser, and maybe even a little depressed because I'm still in denial about the '90s being so long ago. I'm pretty sure … Continue reading Birthday break!
It's getting to that stage where I will have to abandon my 'noobness' and start immersing myself fully into the world of post writing... stuff. For Eleanor's sake. This will include building a platform (well, more so than I have), writing cover letters, reading comps, submitting to an editor, submitting to publishers, and I'm sure … Continue reading Eleanor – Comps, cover letters, and courses