Two bits of news today.
Harriet Goodwin, SCBWI Discovered Voice and tall tales & short stories interviewee, has launched a new website ahead of the publication date for her debut novel THE BOY WHO FELL DOWN EXIT 43.
Harriet's new website can be found at http://www.harrietgoodwinbooks.com/
The website includes extracts from The Boy Who Fell Down Exit 43 which is due out in the UK on the 7th September 2009.
You can read Harriet's interview on tall tales & short stories by clicking here
Harriet also offered her top ten tips for self-editing here
Yesterday my blog was given an award.
A wonderful surprise and gratefully received it's always nice to feel our endeavours are appreciated.
The award was presented to me by fellow writer and blogger, Col Bury from Col Bury's New Crime Fiction
Thank you Col B.
Now I award this accolade to five deserving bloggers who I admire and have inspired me.
Candy Gourlay - http://notesfromtheslushpile.co.uk/
Janice Hardy - http://thehealingwars.blogspot.com/
Jon Mayhew - http://jonmayhem.blogspot.com/
Sarwat Chadda - http://sarwatchadda.blogspot.com/
Debra J Edwards - http://trialsofaself-publishedauthor.blogspot.com/
For the rules of the award click the picture above.
Sunday, 2 August 2009
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