Month: April 2021

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April wrap-up

At the start of April, I rebooted my plan for the month and monthly wrap-up posts. I didn’t have a plan for March, and so I stated with my plan…

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Hissy fit

Image by Brigitte makes custom works from your photos, thanks a lot from Pixabay So I had a bit of a hissy fit. I’d like to say “earlier this week”,…

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Wednesday Writing Prompts

Image by Dave Francis from Pixabay With the new regime, I don’t have a lot of time to go into detail, but I think you have the gist of things…

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Taking a break

Image by Steve Bidmead from Pixabay Words Worth Writing is taking a bit of a break for a few days. I have a few things to think about and some…

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Paperbacks underway

I’m delighted to say that the paperback versions of all of my self-published books are now underway. I’ve been umming and ahhing a lot just lately about whether to put…

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Book review: A Daughter’s Return

This feature is in association with NetGalley. A Daughter’s Return by Josephine Cox with Gilly Middleton Many thanks to both NetGalley and to HarperCollins UK for letting me see an…

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Sherwood Forest

A couple of weeks ago, when lockdown easing had already started, we visited the new Sherwood Forest visitor centre, which is just a few hundred yards away from where the…

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Wednesday Writing Prompts

Image by Gordon Johnson from Pixabay With the new regime, I don’t have a lot of time to go into detail, but I think you have the gist of things…

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Cleethorpes boating lake

The plan was to do the 2-mile promenade walk at Cleethorpes, but when we got there it seemed that the rest of England had had the same idea. Cleggie was…

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Classic editing

Friday disappeared down a dark hole when I ended up in a support conversation with WordPress due to one post not auto-posting to Facebook, the Facebook Share button not working…

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How to quickly access WP Classic Editor

Oh, wow! Hello Classic Editor, I have missed you much! Massive thanks to Wild Daffodil who showed me how to access the classic editor in WordPress without having to jump…

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That was the week that was

This week I’ve tried to do a bit of my own work in the mornings and client work in the afternoons. I kept on being distracted by colourful sparkly things,…

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Twee Tales Twee is live

After a bit of a bumpy start, Twee Tales Twee is now finally live. Amazon accepted it late on Tuesday. You can find the ebook in multi-format here, and the Kindle…

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Wednesday writing prompts

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay With the new regime, I don’t have a lot of time to go into detail, but I think you have the gist of things…

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Project reboot

So, after my little tantrum yesterday, Amazon have now accepted Diary of a Scaredy Cat. Draft2Digital did their thang, and they got it through. At the time of writing, they’re still…

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Twee Tales Twee now available! (and a bit of a rant …)

At the end of last week, I decided to gradually move all of my ebooks over to Amazon. However, before I could do that, I had to make sure that…

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Moving back to KDP – for now

As we inch ever-closer to the 1,000 followers mark, so too do we get closer to the competition to win a bumper pack of all of my published paperbacks, including…

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The week so far

This is how my Scrivener binder for the project management series was looking when I started work on it on Tuesday. Tuesday I had a lot to do on Tuesday,…

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Wednesday writing prompts + October throwaways

Image by Peter H from Pixabay With the new regime, I don’t have a lot of time to go into detail, but I think you have the gist of things…

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Plan for April 2021

Image by Alexander Stein from Pixabay I had a lovely Easter break, something I planned on due to being so busy again just recently. I even finished work at a…

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Book review: Murder at the Mill

This feature is in association with NetGalley. Murder at the Mill by T.A. Belshaw Many thanks to both NetGalley and to BooksGoSocial for letting me see an advance reader’s copy…