Chilling Corner in July 2021

As I have not featured an author in some time, I decided I would combine it in this month’s chilling corner. But, rather than a new author I am re-featuring a favourite Indie author of mine from two years ago Caroline Noe and her new book The Ezekiel Factor. She now has five books self-published, […]

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Living in boxes

Although not always easy I try to schedule my posts ahead of time. Currently I am at my computer, writing this post for the middle of July, in the last week of June 2021. As a consequence, anything I write about may have been resolved by the time this goes up on my blog. I […]

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Limit the Limits

A recent post I read on LinkedIn made me stop and think about dreams. In fact, it related eerily to a train of thought I’ve had a lot lately. The post is about being the most powerful you. I get that concept. However, in order to live that concept we have to be prepared to […]

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Chilling Corner in June 2021

I started this part of my blog because I enjoy going out of my comfort zone and trying new things. The further I go into this section of my blog though, I am finding the enormous difference of opinions on the same book, are astounding. As an author who is still learning it gives me […]

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It’s all about Education – Isabel Allende

As a consequence of watching this short ted talk video below, I was blown away by the sheer personality of Isabel Allende. And, not just her prowess as an author. Inspiration is rife throughout this piece. In fact, I truly hope you take the time to watch it all the way through. However, I am […]

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Rainy Days

The last few weeks have been dedicated to finishing my second novel and beginning the least loved part of any writing endeavour – the editing. Totally caught in the process you sometimes forget to notice what is going on around you (unless it involves chocolate). I had to step back and just clear my head. […]

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