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Authors and social media: Rachel Edwards

Authors and social media: Rachel Edwards

Sitting in the social media hot seat today is author Rachel Edwards. I bought Rachel’s first book, Darling, after seeing it regularly shared on social media, and I’m so glad I picked it up. It encompasses so many complex themes – from blended families to 

Authors and social media: Kate Cunningham

Authors and social media: Kate Cunningham

Today on the blog, Kate Cunningham is here to share a bit about her social media journey as an author. Kate and I worked together at the end of 2019 / start of 2020. When she offered to send me a copy of her book 

Authors and social media: Charlotte Duckworth

Authors and social media: Charlotte Duckworth

This is the first of a new, semi-regular series, talking to authors about their relationship with social media. Today I’m featuring Charlotte Duckworth, as I love the way she mixes personal story telling with regular promotion for her book on her social media channels. I 

The realities of freelance life with Stuart Bache and Natasha Hughes of Books Covered

The realities of freelance life with Stuart Bache and Natasha Hughes of Books Covered

This week I have two of my former colleagues on my blog! Tash and Stu are two lovely individuals who fell in love in the office, then decided to change their entire lives together. They moved to the Midlands, where their families live, started up 

The Realities of Freelance Life: Ruth Poundwhite

The Realities of Freelance Life: Ruth Poundwhite

I’ve only had a ‘multi-hyphen career’ for a a few months now, but I’ve absolutely loved the mix of things I’ve been working on. From working with authors directly to getting involved with a small publisher, it’s been so interesting to approach what I love 

The realities of freelance life: Franky Shanahan of Love Audrey

The realities of freelance life: Franky Shanahan of Love Audrey

A few weeks ago, I asked people to tell me more about their lives as freelancers. It’s not something I’m planning to do just yet, but since I technically now have a ‘multi-hyphened career’, figuring out how other people do this thing full time is 

The realities of freelance life: Rachel Burton – Author

The realities of freelance life: Rachel Burton – Author

I’m not at all a full-time freelancer. I’m not really even a part-time freelancer. I work four days a week for a London publishing house, and am just starting to do my own thing on my fifth day. But I guess I’m one of those