Author Archives: Kirsty Greenwood

A Letter To My Unpublished Self by Matt Dunn

Dear Matt, Each time you begin a hard day at the typeface, bracing yourself for the sound of yet another rejected manuscript being thrust through your letterbox and landing with a miserable thud on your hall carpet, just try to … Continue reading

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What Chick Lit Means To Me by Lindsey Kelk

I must have started writing this post a hundred different ways and every single one of them was defensive and pissy and just made me angry which, when you think about it, is a bit odd given that chicklit is … Continue reading

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What Chick Lit Means to Me by Clodagh Murphy

The chick lit label has come to encompass many kinds of stories, but for me, chick lit will always mean romantic comedy. It’s my favourite type of chick lit to read, and it’s what I love to write. That means, … Continue reading

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My Best Moment As A Writer by Sue Welfare

I’ve written and told stories for as long as I can remember. I love books and I always dreamed that one day I’d write one and get it published, but to be honest I didn’t think for one moment that … Continue reading

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A Letter To My Unpublished Self by Kate Harrison

Dear Me, Honestly, Kate, will you get on with it? You’ve got a novel’s worth of excuses. There’s that Open University degree you’re doing because you’re the only person at work who isn’t a graduate and it makes you feel … Continue reading

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Win! 2 Signed Copies of Cooking Up A Storm by Sue Welfare to give away!

We have two SIGNED copies of Sue Welfare’s latest novel ‘Cooking Up A Storm’ to give away to UK and Ireland based entrants. To enter, just let us know: What is your favourite thing to cook? MORE ABOUT COOKING UP … Continue reading

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My Best Moment As An Author by Victoria Fox

Earlier this year I met my idol Jackie Collins. OK, I didn’t technically meet her: she was beamed into the ITV studios from her boudoir in LA (I don’t know if she has a boudoir, but I like to think … Continue reading

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A Letter To My Unpublished Self by Shari Low

Dear Unpublished Shari So. Ever since you were a teenager reading Jackie Collins and Judith Krantz under the duvet using only the light of an electric blanket, you’ve wanted to be a writer. You’ve also wanted to live in LA, … Continue reading

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Signed Copy of Frisky Business by Clodagh Murphy to give away!

Romy Fitzgerald always planned to go the conventional route: boyfriend, marriage, children. Motherhood via cupboard sex at a costume party with a stranger dressed as Darth Vader didn’t feature on her to-do list. But when she gives birth to her son Luke … Continue reading

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How I Found the Write Inspiration by Louise Marley

Have you ever read a book that you loved so much, that as soon as you finished it you had to go right back to the start and read it all over again? Have you ever read a book so … Continue reading

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