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Author Archives: SueK
Looking after small children is hard work, but there can be unexpected rewards. My little granddaughter was about three years old when this conversation took place and grandma er … just a bit older than her teeth.
For those that don’t know, Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing platform allows you to join its Select programme which basically means you agree NOT to sell your ebook anywhere else and in return are given the privilege of giving it away … Continue reading
You may have heard the old adage which says you should never a judge a book by its cover, but the publishing world knows that Old Adage is wrong! Readers do judge books by their covers. Until they dip inside, … Continue reading
It’s amazing how many writers you talk to who admit that they have at least one unfinished novel in their drawer. I currently have three, but I’m well on the way to finishing them after being forced into an arts … Continue reading
Wouldn’t do us any harm! According to the song, Nelson’s Blood, it’s Irish stew, but I can’t have that since I’m a breeder of British White cattle. In my emphatically biased opinion, there is no better beef on the planet … Continue reading
Not only have I run creative writing workshops, but I’ve attended a fair few as well. They are enormously beneficial for writers of any level, but they are often hugely entertaining in quite unexpected ways. Fire! My very first ever … Continue reading
Like most writers I prefer writing books to flogging them which means months often pass before I think about looking at Amazon sales stats or reviews. Imagine my surprise, nay shock when I finally got around to checking on how … Continue reading
With the Winter Solstice fast approaching, it seems quite appropriate that my dark age story of myth and magic, The Inbetween is being featured this Friday at The Fussy Librarian. You’ve probably never heard of the Fussy Librarian, but it’s … Continue reading
I come from a long line of farming and country stock which has included some notable cooks, (and it has to be said), some forgettable ones! The one thing they all have in common is that Figgy pudding doesn’t figure … Continue reading