Ordinary Men Are Heros! – Alberta Ross & The Sefuty Chronicles

Thank you, Erin, for inviting me onto your discussion on Heroes, during my book tour.  What is a hero?  Definition from the Oxford Dictionary A man with superhuman strength, courage or ability, favoured by the gods; a demigod. Man/woman distinguished by the performance of extraordinarily brave or noble deeds; such as an illustrious warrior Man/woman […]

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Introducing A Writer’s Kit

‘A Tool Kit! ‘ My friend sniggered from behind her chardonnay “But I’ve seen you write an entire poem on a napkin with an eye liner pencil I’d hardly say you need a handy man’s tool belt” That was an inspired moment and my lack of preparedness had one hand diving into my handbag and digging out the […]

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Introducing “My Hero!”

Without a hero you have no story and yet unless your reading or watching the latest action thriller would you consider the main character to be a hero? What is a hero? A Hero is:   A person who is admired for having done something very brave or having achieved something great The main male character in a […]

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Thought for the Day : How Do You Write?

A friend of mine emailed me recently and asked me ‘how do you write?’ I thought my response was quite inspired for five thirty a.m and decided it needed to be blogged… Every writer’s different some have a set schedule like a shift at work. You have to find what works for you. Once I’ve a plot […]

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Sugar or Spice? Character Recipes

When my very first beta reader said she’d found herself screaming ‘No don’t do that!’ at my female lead I was mighty impressed with my little old self. Not only had I created a believeable character but I’d put her in a situation where my reader was emotionally invested in the outcome… and we were […]

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This Week’s Crisis

This week hasn’t really been a usual week. The migraine decided to have a new symptom nausea… mmm … not my most favourite of migraine symptoms I have to say and I’ve spent the best part of the week wondering why Gabrielle and Kyle from Devine Intervention’s Halos at Dawn have decided to stop talking to […]

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Book of the Month: Nora Roberts Summer Pleasures

After reading The Search I went out and bought another Nora Roberts. I was torn between picking up something from a series that I’d already read before or something new. Summer Pleasures is two classics in one and the blurbs spoke to my heart. Writers and photographers falling in love… awww! Summer Pleasures The Basics: Second Nature: Perfectly poised […]

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Taking a Walk Down Memory Lane

Uninspired by the idea of flashbacks I haven’t paid much attention to the blog hop this month and in my defence I’ve had a migraine for 37days (I suffer from chronic daily migraine) and the second title from Devine Intervention is craving all the non-painful non-working hours. But this morning I thought I’d give it ago only […]

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Where Does It All Come From?

  Its difficult to explain Inspiration. Having the imagination to create a world is fabulous, but where did it all come from? I think the best and most relatable example I can give is ‘Devine Intervention’. I was sat thinking about what would happen if there was an based office version of ‘The X Factor’? and […]

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Book on the Month: The Search by Nora Roberts

FINALLY! I’ve found one I LOVED! The relationship between the male and female lead characters jumped off the page! On the search (no pun intended!) for a Nora Roberts novel that I’d fall in love with, I picked up ‘The Search‘ because – believe it or not – because it was PURPLE! (Well the UK cover is Anyway! This is […]

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