Eye of the Storm – Best Self Published Books 2016 (Shortlisted)

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn As a new author it’s an amazing feeling to know that your book can reach anyone in the world. What is even more wonderful is being recognised for your writing and the quality of your books. … Continue reading

Destination Freedom, the Lily Amis story.

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn I met Lily Amis via my author networks, and found a wonderful and passionate author who is keen to share her personal story as a war-refugee. Destination Freedom, is volume one in a two part memoir … Continue reading

Ooh Matron, by Sarah Jane Butfield

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn I am now proud to call myself an official reviewer Readers’ Favorite. New and existing authors should take a look at the Readers’ Favorite page – the fastest growing book review and awards contest site on the Internet! As … Continue reading

Being a Memoir Writer

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn From a young age I knew I would become an author, but I had never thought of myself as a memoir writer. Expressing my own personal thoughts, feelings and experiences and then sharing it with the … Continue reading

Putting myself in the Lead

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Writing a memoir has been, in many ways, therapeutic; but it was also incredibly unnerving. Through my story, ‘Finding the Rainbow’, I literally made myself the lead character of my own book. I placed my entire … Continue reading

My Perfect Imperfections, by Jalpa Williby

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn My Perfect Imperfections was a stunning novel; I honestly could not put it down. It is not a long book, took me less than a few hours to read, but the story truly stays with you for … Continue reading

The People’s Book Prize

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn I am ecstatic to announce that FINDING THE RAINBOW has been nominated in the Non Fiction category of the PEOPLE’S BOOK PRIZE! Each year this esteemed program opens up to three categories (Fiction, Non Fiction and … Continue reading

Series Literature – Fiction and NonFiction

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn I have recently engaged with Channillo, a forum for authors to write, engage and be heard in the form of series literature. As I am building on my passion for writing, this is a brilliant way … Continue reading