As many regular blog readers will know, we have a great team of members who
organise the fantastic content you read on the blog every week. As we go into
the New Year, we thought it was time to give them a chance to introduce
themselves properly so you can see who to contact if you’d like to contribute
to the blog or to be featured on it during the coming year. So, without further
Sheila Riley – New Releases and Hints and Tips for Newer Writers
Ellie Holmes – Interviews with Book Bloggers, Reviewers, Editors
Francesca Capaldi Burgess – Competition Monthly
number of competitions including Winchester Writers’ Conference, Retreat West, Meridian Writing, Wells Festival and Writing Magazine. She’s had stories and a serial published in magazines worldwide and in three anthologies, including Diamonds and Pearls and 100 Stories for Haiti. She is a member of the RNA New Writers’ Scheme and the Society for Women
Writers and Journalists.
Lisa Hill – Author Interviews and Guest Posts
Lisa writes contemporary romance with a light-hearted tone. What interests her most is people, their interactions, emotions and relationships. It’s probably why her career to date has been based in property; she confesses herself that she is ‘naturally curious’. Her first encounter with a romance author was chats over the garden wall between her father, Godfrey, and Mrs Cooper from the neighbouring village of Bisley. It came as quite a surprise in later life to find that Mrs Cooper was in fact Jilly Cooper! Lisa’s writing inspiration now comes from other Cotswolds’ authors including Jill Mansell and Katie Fforde.
Lisa is a graduate of the Romantic Novelists’ Association New Writers’ Scheme and attributes this supportive and informative scheme to her winning the Choc Lit Search for a Star competition 2016 with her debut novel Meet Me at Number Five.
Julie Stock – News items and everything else!
Thanks for all your support for the blog. We look forward to working with many of you once again in 2018!
A huge thank you to all of you, Julie and the blog team, for the hard work that you put into keeping members so well informed, and so entertained, through a variety of different ways.
Thanks to each member of the team for what seems like a huge amount of work
Hello from Downunder – and thank you all for being so friendly. I don't write romance but I am learning a lot from you!
Hello! Nice to put faces to names. You do such a great job! Thank you.
Thank you all for your very kind comments. We all enjoy it but it's lovely to know you all do too 🙂
Lovely to put faces to names – and thank you to you all for the work on the blogs, they're really appreciated. Also, echoing how good the variety is. Cheers and Happy New Year.