Tapping out of the ring

I am a boxer tapping out of the ring. I live to write another day. I have plans - big plans! - for my book(s), for my blog, for dabbling in many different avenues of writing and learning more about writing. I can hardly wait! This week though, I have to tap out - take … Continue reading Tapping out of the ring


Peacocks in Holland Park | a haiku

Majestic plumage attracts the female peafowl - watch and learn, human I thought I'd have a bit of fun with this one. I love how it's the male birds that are more colourful and pretty to show off to the female birds. Mr J did an awfully good job of spoiling me this birthday (I'm … Continue reading Peacocks in Holland Park | a haiku

Bitter Greens by Kate Forsyth | Book Recommendation

A fairy tale retelling steeped in the history of 17th Century France and Renaissance Venice, where the tale of Rapunzel first began. How utterly beautiful. No wonder Kate Forsyth's Bitter Greens was the winner of the American Library Association (ALA) Award for Best Historical Novel. I just finished reading Bitter Greens and I absolutely adored it. It is a … Continue reading Bitter Greens by Kate Forsyth | Book Recommendation

Staying On Track: Motivation, Inspiration & Positivity

Join the call to arms! What a great idea 🙂 Thanks Carol.

Writing and Works

This is a call to arms for all you bloggers out there!

I’m looking for a paragraph of two on what helps you stay motivated, inspired and positive. These snippets will then be gathered into one guest post to be put up on Sunday, 8pm GMT.

If you want to join in just leave a comment below.

Please re-post and share this. I want to hear as many tips and tricks for staying on track as we can get.

Thank you to Deepina Pal for the inspiration behind this. You can find her at her blog The Untraceable Girl.

Remember, short quick tips on what keeps you motivated, inspired and working towards the things you love.


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