the most amazingly inspirational quote ever

Watching old episodes of Grey's Anatomy (Series 1 Episode 6) on Netflix brought me to what I believe is the most amazingly inspirational quote ever IMHO "The early bird catches the worm. A stitch in time saves nine. He who hesitates is lost. We can’t pretend we haven’t been told. We’ve all heard the proverbs, … Continue reading the most amazingly inspirational quote ever


On Awful, Paralysing & Totally Irrational Self-Doubt

When life knocks us down how we react and cope with what happens determines what happens next. Even I have had my confidence knocked recently but because deep down I believe in myself I was able to pick myself up and carry on. It is part of life to have spirals when things do not … Continue reading On Awful, Paralysing & Totally Irrational Self-Doubt

Blogging for small business owners

We all know how to do something well — write a post that teaches readers how to do something you know and/or love to do. Photographers, artists, poets: show us TEACHING. Blogging for small business owners Long before I picked up my writing pen I spent my time teaching blogging for small business owners in the UK and … Continue reading Blogging for small business owners

Making Progress – My first chapbook

I have managed to put together my first chapbook. A collection of four stories spanning 18 papers. The front cover card was a little too thick for my printer at 300gsm so I am going to buy a slightly thinner card. Other than that I am very happy with it. I am making progress. I … Continue reading Making Progress – My first chapbook

My very own Auto Bookie Pro

Next year I am going to self-publish my flash fiction stories in chapbook form. If you want to know what a chapbook is click here. So in November I was hoping (and had a huge desire for) my own Auto Bookie Pro booklet maker that will make it so much easier. Instead of having to … Continue reading My very own Auto Bookie Pro

Reading my first flash fiction story

This was my big moment on 4th December 2013 when I got to talk to a group of women in my local area about my journey into writing and I read one of my flash fiction stories. I wasn't sure which one to read at first and decided to read the shortest one called "Get … Continue reading Reading my first flash fiction story