“Is their any point in hiring a proofreader? Surely there a waste of money.” << It is very easy to make errors likes this when you’re busy focusing on the story! “Cant I just read it myself?” << No! If you proofread your own work, you risk missing these things. There are a lot of … Continue reading Debbie’s Proofreading Services
Well… I think I’ve fallen behind a little in my ‘monthly blog’ haven’t I? #fail I will post what I’ve been up to over the last couple of months, although I might forget a few things. Christmas already feels like a lifetime ago, don’t you think? Studies How are my studies going I hear you … Continue reading Debbie’s Antics – January 2020
“If you’ve ever been on the dating scene, or owned a cat, you need to read this book!” – Kate Hames, blogger Warning: This book contains details of embarrassingly awkward sexual encounters and is not for the cringe-hearted. Thirty year old Jenny has her own house, a good job, friends, a psycho cat and a … Continue reading book 3: ‘Blind Date’
I’ve been a parent for all of twenty-three months, so I don’t ever profess to being a pro in this business. Who is? Parenting is all down to experience. My daughter could be fifteen years old and I still wouldn’t think I was a professional. I think we look to anyone with a child older … Continue reading It’s All About You..!
Well this month has taken forever, don't you think?? Although I think November will fly by in a flash. So, what have I been up to this month? W.I.P I have been working very had on 'Holiday Date'. There is a plan for the final section all ready and this evening I have made a … Continue reading Debbie’s Antics – October 2019
‘You must start a newsletter! You must start a newsletter!’ That is something I hear a lot in the indie author world. Some authors I know do them weekly… but I don’t think I have enough interesting antics to justify a weekly newsletter, ha! But something I might try and do is post a monthly … Continue reading Debbie’s Antics
There is a heart breaking story in the news today, about a woman who was randomly attacked and killed by her own two dogs. I cannot imagine the pain, trauma and panic she must have gone through during that moment. Family and friends have all commented on how loving the dogs were, that they weren’t … Continue reading Pets… part of the family?
How do you decide which perfume to buy? Are you like me and stick to the one you like? I always thought that most people just repeatedly bought the same one over and over out of loyalty, but now, I think it is because people cannot be arsed testing out all the different perfumes there … Continue reading Shopping for Perfume
Here are just a few snaps of the fantastic event that took place in Bradford yesterday. Even though it was a very successful day for sales, these kinds of events are great for authors as you meet some fantastic people in the same industry as you who can actually give you some great advice/tips. It … Continue reading UK Indie Lit Fest 2019
If Fawlty Towers was remade, I imagine that very famous line would no longer be considered funny. We can talk about the war now. We can talk about anything now. Well… unless you’re talking about a TV show you love that someone else doesn’t. I’m noticing a lot of TV shaming going on lately and … Continue reading ‘Whatever you do… don’t mention the war!’