Okay then, I said I was going to attempt some rhubarb gin, so here we go… Husband mentioned to a friend that I was after some fresh rhubarb, and just like that I end up with a bag load! (Note to self; I really must plant some in my garden, I love the big leaves … More Rhubarb gin anyone?
Well Howdy Lovely Folks, and welcome to a rainy Bank Holiday in Great Britain. (And if you don’t live here, there are specific Mondays each year that are public holidays, and it generally rains. Like always. You can set your watch by it.) Anyways, moving on. A few weeks back my attention was captured by … More Vero True Social ~ It’s time to do a little investigating.
Okay, so Mothers day was a couple o’weeks back, and my tribe bought me some rhubarb and ginger gin… Now, I feel I should say, upfront, that gin is my summer tipple of choice. (Not winter, gin is far to cold and fizzy for that – winter is a time for red. A good, heavy red.) … More Spring gin anyone?
Happy rainy Bank Holiday Writerly-Folks. I thought i’d use this grey, Sunday afternoon to share a few things… On the 19th of May my book, How to Build an Author Platform, was released to the world, and I had a little Facebook party to wish my words well on their travels, and the feedback from … More Author Marketing Tips
So, I’m having a Facebook book launch today for my new book, Building An Author Platform. It’s a book full of marketing tips for authors trying to find their Tribe. Without spending a fortune or living Every waking minute on social media… I’ve had a couple of questions ahead of time, from authors who are interested … More How to … Using Facebook events to Host a Book Launch.
Now the giveaway is a funny animal, books cost money, postage costs money — you have no idea if this person wants to read your book, or if they just want something for nothing. You can’t even guarantee they’ll review it. So what’s the deal? I’ve done a couple of goodreads giveaways, and i’ve found … More How to… The Goodreads Giveaway.
So on the train home from London I ended up sat next to a yawner. And not only was he a yawner – oh no. He was also a spreader – his legs braced so far apart that he had a knee in the isle and a knee in my leg space. Coupled with the … More The Wonders of Train Travel