Maybe you were right. Festive Flash Fiction

Taken from my collection Flash Fiction 2, here’s a short story for the season. Maybe you were Right The crew had drawn straws and Martine had lost. I hadn’t bothered, I was happy to stay and let someone else go. … Continued

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A new release from Lizzie Chantree. The Woman Who Felt Invisible.

This week, I’m spotlighting a new story from the international bestselling author of If you love me, I’m yours, Ninja School Mum and Babe Driven. Take a look at The woman who felt invisible. A gorgeous romantic story of love and new beginnings. … Continued

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The ghosts of NaNoWriMo past. 2020. The year of The Syk’m.

NaNo was a success for me in 2020. In the end, I managed to write 51865 words of my next story. As always, there’s a mixture of feelings, relief and amazement that I actually managed to finish and sadness that … Continued

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It’s that time of the year again. The veil grows thin. Flash Fiction for Halloween.

Once again, it’s time to feature a short story for Halloween. I wrote The Veil for a Circle of Spears performance at the Museum of Witchcraft in Boscastle. back in 2016. They left the subject up to me, but I … Continued

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A new release from Lizzie Chantree. Shh… It’s our secret.

This week, I’m spotlighting a new story from the international bestselling author of If you love me, I’m yours, Ninja School Mum and Babe Driven. Take a look at Shh… It’s our secret. Violet has a secret that could change the lives of … Continued

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The Great Marketing Time-suck

When I first started putting the pictures in my head down in words, I never dreamed that I would end up spending more time on marketing than I would on writing. Over the next few posts, I’ll be passing on … Continued

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What do you see? Part Two

As I said before, I always find it interesting to see what people put in their reviews. So I was particularly pleased to get this incredibly detailed review/critique of my novel Survive. Once again, there are things that the reviewer … Continued

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What do you see?

I always find it interesting to see what people put in their reviews. It seems that they find things in what I’ve written that I hadn’t thought of, connections and meanings that never occurred to me when I was writing. … Continued

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