My humble opinion, of course. When we write, we project our own opinions, our feelings, the way we see the world and in some cases we strip ourselves, sharing our most intimate feelings.
All of this goes to varying degrees but nobody will write the same story, even if given the same bones to play with, unless you bring in the plagiarists…
Today I was the guest on this great blog, yes, I know, novel coming out on the 28th March, time to get talking. Please visit and read my interview and find out how personal my writing really is.I’m sure Melissa would be delighted if you’d leave her a comment.
Thanks again to Melissa, she loves all things written and so do I.
Lost in your time
Novelist meets French rock star, prepare for the sparkles.
|Rock star or husband – which would you choose?|
Ah, the dangers of the internet! We’ve all been warned, but do we take notice?
When Natasha clicks on a link, her whole life is turned upside down. A flash from the past, a chance meeting with a gorgeous French rock star…
A chance to start over and forget the pain and misery from the last two years.
But can Natasha let go? Will she accept this new twist in her life?
“A heartfelt tale, told with a deft touch” novelist Rowan Coleman.
- Why Writers Should Have a Personal Blog (socialmediatoday.com)
- Plagiarists are in the habit of lying (andrewgelman.com)
- Story Telling (longbye.wordpress.com)
- Setting the mood (elleamberley.co.uk)
- Novelist meets French rock star, prepare for the sparkles. (elleamberley.co.uk)