So, the moment of truth is nigh. This weekend is the annual RNA (Romantic Novelists’ Association) conference at Lancaster University. This is the first ever time I’ll have been – RNA virgins we’re called apparently – and I’ve come to realise it’s a BIIIIIIIG deal in the romance writers’ calendar; the biggest in fact. EmailsContinue reading “To self-publish or not to self-publish…”
Sally Trueman Dicken has had two short stories accepted for People’s Friend magazine. Here she gives an insight into what inspires her to write and how she achieved success with her submissions. What made you want to write for People’s Friend? My grandmother read People’s Friend and I would read the children’s page and some of the stories.Continue reading “Interview with Sally Trueman Dicken, short story writer”
When I’m on a writing course I enjoy being surrounded by people with whom I have something major in common – the love of writing and the passion for penning something that may one day be published. This coupled with the support they offer in believing in each other’s abilities offers a much-needed confidence booster! However, IContinue reading “Top tips to finding the time to write when you have young children”
Following the recent romance writing weekend at Fishguard, Wales, the lovely and very talented Mills & Boon author, Rachael Thomas, suggested to me that it might be a good idea starting a blog to talk about my romance writing exploits.