Today on #IrishWritersWed Lorna Sixsmith, aka Irish Farmerette, joins me with a great post on deadlines entitled ‘Do Deadlines Benefit Authors?’ I hope you enjoy!
Today on #IrishWritersWed I am joined by Paula J, aka Amelia J Hunter, who has written a very open and honest post on her struggle to become a writer, entitled ‘A journey I never thought I’d take’
Today Rose Servitova joins me with a post all about her stresses & successes as a self-published author and her plans for Book 2!!
Ever wondered what exactly is involved in a Writing Retreat? Author/Writer ER Murray explains in this really informative post..
#IrishWritersWed ‘How I Reached out to Readers as a Debut Author’ by Sharon Thompson @sharontwriter #WritersLife
Lots of tips and advice from Sharon Thompson, author of bestselling debut The Abandoned and my guest this week on #IrishWritersWed
It’s #IrishWritersWed here on Swirl and Thread with a wonderful post entitled ‘Inspiration in the Family Tree’ by Irish Historical Fiction author Pam Lecky.
I am delighted to welcome back the lovely Evie Gaughan to #IrishWritersWed today, with an excellent post entitled ‘What is a Hybrid Author?’
Today I welcome Irish writer Tina Callaghan with a wonderful guest post entitled ‘Hope Springs Eternal’
I am absolutely thrilled to be joining the wonderful Kerensa Jennings on tour with her remarkable debut Seas of Snow. Originally published in hardback in 2017, it has just been published in paperback. I have a guest post from Kerensa today and am re-sharing my review!!
Today on #IrishWritersWed I am joined by children’s writer Dolores Keaveney with a wonderful post encouraging us all to read more with our children.