If, by some magic, I could be with you now, I could show you what the future might hold. But that is not possible. It all depends on the choices you make. I hope you make the right ones. Continue reading No-one can Predict the Future
TSL provides an outlet for voices which would not otherwise have a chance to get heard. Continue reading Educator, Historian, Publisher: a conversation with Anne Samson
More of my books have sold since I have been active in FaceBook’s promotional groups, geared to drawing writers and authors together. Continue reading A Date With . . . Chris-Jean Clarke
I particularly enjoy doing live marketing events, reading to children and answering their questions. Young children are my main audience so their feedback is the most valuable. Continue reading A Date With . . . Sylva Fae
What I really create is a collection of pages that is stuffed with my heart and my pain and experience and dreams. I hope to heaven that my readers see themselves in it. Continue reading A Date With . . . Rachael Wright
“My books show the good and the bad of humanity and how my survivors cope with it all – the light within the darkness.” Continue reading A Date With . . . Rhonda Hopkins
the reality of the British Northern town grooming gang scandals is that the race element is the most explosive and poisonous part of it. Continue reading A Date With . . . Dominique Kyle
if you want an honest opinion of your own ability as a writer, and the chance to win a unique package of writing and publishing guidance, you should enter this contest Continue reading What exactly IS ‘Word Weaver’ and who is behind it?
Dan’s contests are always worth entering, if only for the critique which is provided for each the first 50 entries this time around. Source: Dan Alatorre’s WORD WEAVER Writing Contest for November 2017 – let the NEW games begin! Continue reading Dan Alatorre’s WORD WEAVER Writing Contest for November 2017 – let the NEW games begin!