Author: Fran

What’s Cooking? Tuna Pat..

Posted September 22, 2017 by Fran in What's Cooking? / 5 Comments
What’s Cooking? Tuna Patties

Good morning everyone! I’m here today with a sort of new feature… Well, technically it’s not really a feature, I just thought I’d categorise all of the recipes I plan to post and have a pretty graphic to make it clear. Anyway… Welcome to What’s Cooking?!  Today’s recipe is brought to you by Elise Bauer […]

Wrecked by J.B. Salsbury

Posted September 15, 2017 by Fran in Book Reviews / 10 Comments
Wrecked by J.B. Salsbury

MY REVIEW: I’ve never read anything by Salsbury before, and the blurb really caught my attention, especially because I really enjoy reads involving military men. Aden is a broken man, and you immediately start feeling for him from page one. I cannot imagine what it feels like to go through what he went through. Reading those […]

Five tips to find your writing..

Posted September 8, 2017 by Fran in On Writing / 10 Comments
Five tips to find your writing inspiration again

*This post was originally published on A Thing for Life, my old blog. Raise your hand if you’ve been through a writing block. Anybody? No? Come on, no need to be shy. You, over there! Yeah, you. I just saw you half-raising your hand. Nobody’s going to bite you, come on, all the way up. A little more. […]

Monthly Writing Prompt: Septem..

Posted September 4, 2017 by Fran in Monthly Writing Prompt / 6 Comments
Monthly Writing Prompt: September

Good morning and welcome to my new feature, Monthly Writing Prompt! One of my blogging plans is to focus more on everything that has to do with writing. Therefore, I thought it would be quite a good challenge to start a monthly writing feature. I’m actually pretty excited about this! It’s very simple, really. Every […]

Clutch by Lisa Becker

Posted September 1, 2017 by Fran in Book Reviews / 12 Comments
Clutch by Lisa Becker

MY REVIEW: I had the pleasure of beta read part of this story and, besides being honoured to have been asked such task, I really thought that the concept of comparing men to handbags was very interesting. Caroline is a single handbag designer in LA who goes through a series of disastrous relationships that she […]

Why going on a hiatus was the ..

Posted August 25, 2017 by Fran in On Writing / 14 Comments
Why going on a hiatus was the best decision I’ve made for myself

When I made the announcement back in May 2015 that I was going to take a step back from Mind Reader, I genuinely didn’t think two years would pass by. Seriously. I simply thought that a few months off would do the trick, but I truly underestimated my feelings. I really had too much on […]