Sarah's short fiction has been published by The Mechanics’ Institute Review, Cinnamon Press, Mslexia, the Momaya Annual Review, Hysteria 2, and on the web. Her work was shortlisted for the 2016 Fish Short Story Prize and the 2014 Bridport Prize. She is currently working on her second novel and is writer in residence at the George … Continue reading Author Interview with Sarah Hegarty
Social Media: A phrase that strikes up a series of emotions in each one of us. Some people enjoy using social media sites, thriving on the information they can gather and the contact with others, while others avoid it through fear or a lack of time or motivation. Many people have a love/hate relationship with … Continue reading Why Bother With Social Media?
I have just received a second 'Sunshine Award' for my blog. Thank you to fminuzzi and to KirkyKoo for the earlier award. Both are much appreciated. It made me think about the naysayers who tell you that blogging is not worth the time and effort, especially if you write fiction. The argument goes that if … Continue reading Is Blogging Worth the Time and Effort?
When I write I have the scenes playing in my mind like a film scene and I need images for inspiration. Whether imagined or actual images, I need to 'see' the characters and the setting and buildings. I hit gold when I started to use pinterest as I am a highly visual person. I love … Continue reading How To Use Pinterest To Improve Your Writing
Come and visit Ali Luke's blog over at Aliventures where I have written a guest post on the need for a mailing list for writers and recommendations for which providers to use.... http://www.aliventures.com/3-reasons-author-mailing-list/