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Discover What You’ve Been Missing

I’ve been looking around the world of blogs, seeing what there is to see, and can report that, despite the wealth of talent and the never ending fountain of information they provide, I was sadly left feeling a little empty inside, unfulfilled, as if the blogosphere were missing some vital ingredient required to further the … Continue reading »


Confessions of a Naughty Australian Lady

This week’s amazing confessions come courtesy of Monique from (She’s also from other places – Australia, a womb… you name it, she’s been there. As long as you name Australia or a womb). She has VERY kindly written two stories for our reading pleasure. Read them, laugh, go ‘Ewww!’, then visit her blog (this recent post … Continue reading »


Confessions of a Naughty Boygirlmanwoman: Part 2

I should really just rename this feature ‘Embarrasing Stories’, because that’s really what we want to read, and that’s really what we’ve got. This first one is from Sister Spooky (Laura), who I can’t help just feeling sorry for! So I have real issues with public speaking and performing. I used to be fine with it … Continue reading »


Confessions of a Very Naughty Boygirlmanwoman

Part research, part for fun (or all for fun in the guise of research), I begin a new feature – Confessions. A completely anonymous outlet for all of the worst things you’ve ever done in your life (within reason. Please don’t make me puke). To get the ball rolling here are a few little gems … Continue reading »


Is It Just Me…? Part 2

This week, in my quest for help with research and inspiration for new characters in my books, I’m going in completely the opposite direction to my last ‘Is It Just Me…?’ post, and, instead of asking about rage, I am now researching the horrible affliction of ‘stupid, annoying, over-the-top happiness’. Is It Just Me… or does anyone … Continue reading »


Is It Just Me…?

When I’m writing stuff I always feel it’s best to get the right balance of ‘Ooh‘s and ‘Me too‘s. ‘Ooh’ s are the parts where the reader feels that they are learning new things about certain types of people (eg. in One Seriously Messed-Up Week a girl might read it and go ‘are some guys … Continue reading »