Posts by: Sally

Writing goals for 2020

It’s hard to believe a new decade is beckoning in just a few days and it brings with it new hopes and goals for the year to come. This year has been hard writing wise, but I’m hoping to turn it back around for next year. Fiction Writing I want to get back into writing…

What does writing bring you?

This was the question that I was asked this week and it’s one that I’ve not been asked before and I thought it was interesting. For as long as I can remember I’ve been a writer, I’ve been writing manuscript length books since a teenager and I don’t know how to not have this in…

Book Review: Flat Share by Beth O’Leary

What would you do if you desperately needed somewhere to rent in London? Would you consider a flat share, where you end up literally sharing the same bed as the person you’re flat sharing with? Well, that’s the situation that Tiffy finds herself in when she needs to leave her ex-boyfriend in Beth O’Leary’s Flatshare…

Book Review: A Man Called Ove

This book is hailed as a must read for those who loved Elinor Oliphant is completely fine. Now, as someone who has Elinor Oliphant as a favourite book, I thought this was a bold claim but I was hopeful as there’s nothing better than finding a gem of book that stays with you long after…

Writing Again

We’re ten days into Nanowrimo, the month where writers around the world try and write 50,000 words in a month. I’ve participated before in this and won, but this year I just wanted to be writing again. While I have a third book to write in the Genesis Project, my focus has shifted to contemporary…

A Writer’s Life

It’s been a while…okay a long while. I published my second book earlier this year and then have just kind of…stalled. I guess life took over, I went on medication that changed how my brain works a little so now I create in a different way and it feels like it takes longer and I’m…