An Englishman’s Prayer


Today I am sharing with you one of my most favourite poems: Lord, when I die, please let it be in Spring, 🌷 Let me see the swallows and hear a robin sing; 🐦 Help me to my window to see a butterfly 🦋 And watch the dreamy spiral of a lark up in theContinue reading “An Englishman’s Prayer”

What I am dreaming of in 2018


The new year stands before us, like a chapter in a book, waiting to be written. … So, it’s a New Year. It is 2018 and I am ready to rock! Bring out the planners. Create a fresh new vision! Build my future and further business/work/blogger prospects. Before I tell you my favourite books orContinue reading “What I am dreaming of in 2018”

Two FREE Regency Period books on Kindle to download by the end of the year


TWO FREE BOOKS on Amazon, Google Books, Apple and Kobo

Creating Characters


Hello everyone. Before we dive into the next topic in the Writing 101 series, there is a housekeeping issues I’d like to address. I have decided that I will publish writing posts not once but twice a week. You heard correct. That is twice not once a week. These days are Monday and Friday. IContinue reading “Creating Characters”

“How to start writing your novel” – with writer, Gabrielle Emmons


Recently I have been talking and collaborating with my very good friend, (a novelist and history enthusiast), an intelligent, studious and amicable lady who strives for greatness in her writing, Gabrielle Emmons. We have been talking a lot about writing in general and I came up with the idea of her doing a guest postContinue reading ““How to start writing your novel” – with writer, Gabrielle Emmons”

Ten Tips to Help You Write More Words


  1. Write with instrumental music playing in the background. I recently saw an informal survey that found those who listened to music while writing were able to write more words per day than those who didn’t. I like to write with instrumental praise music or movie soundtracks playing in the background. Some of my favoriteContinue reading “Ten Tips to Help You Write More Words”

A “Sunday” Poem


To Daffodils BY ROBERT HERRICK Fair Daffodils, we weep to see You haste away so soon; As yet the early-rising sun Has not attain’d his noon. Stay, stay, Until the hasting day Has run But to the even-song; And, having pray’d together, we Will go with you along. We have short time to stay, asContinue reading “A “Sunday” Poem”

Duchess of Cornwall hosts ‘Duchess’s Bookshelves’ Garden Party


  In tribute to Camilla’s 70th birthday I thought I would do a post on her, regardless of anything, I never thought of doing a post on her, but she is still part of the royal family! Please note that I used words from Royal Central which I absolutely loved because it is to doContinue reading “Duchess of Cornwall hosts ‘Duchess’s Bookshelves’ Garden Party”

My top favourite articles on blog post ideas


I don’t just want to write a list, and be over and done with it. I want to motivate you. I want to inspire you, and help you dig deeper and deeper into getting your blog on its way. That’s if you are deciding whether to start one, or you have just started and don’tContinue reading “My top favourite articles on blog post ideas”

A British Blogoholic at heart, Burberry bling, & places to visit for 2017


I wish I could say the girl behind the laptop/computer was an energetic, engaging, imperturbable, diligent, hard-at-work type that studies all day, all night to create the perfect piece of a review, account or feature. The striving sophisticated lady that I am determined to establish is wanting to achieve and obtain more and more in lifeContinue reading “A British Blogoholic at heart, Burberry bling, & places to visit for 2017”

Novel Writing Festival

Monthly Festival : Turn your book into a movie and get it seen by 1000s of people. Or garner FULL FEEDBACK from publishers on your novel and help your next draft. Or get a transcript video of your novel performed by professional actors.

DONALD STUART

Donald Stuart (13 September 1913 – 25 August 1983) was an Australian novelist whose works include stories with Aboriginal backgrounds, and a series recounting his experience as a prisoner of war in Burma in World War II.

EXQUISITEEMMALISAS FASHION

My Fashion Collection

Champagne O'clock

It's always champagne o'clock somewhere in the world

Novel Writing Festival

Monthly Festival : Turn your book into a movie and get it seen by 1000s of people. Or garner FULL FEEDBACK from publishers on your novel and help your next draft. Or get a transcript video of your novel performed by professional actors.

DONALD STUART

Donald Stuart (13 September 1913 – 25 August 1983) was an Australian novelist whose works include stories with Aboriginal backgrounds, and a series recounting his experience as a prisoner of war in Burma in World War II.

EXQUISITEEMMALISAS FASHION

My Fashion Collection

Champagne O'clock

It's always champagne o'clock somewhere in the world

Headed For Heaven

Thoughts for the journey of life...

TOM SMILOVITIS

CONNECTING PEOPLE TO POSSIBILITIES

In Love With Britain

confessions of an anglophile

Bookaholic Confessions

All things bookish...

View through my window

A unique perspective on Spirituality, Philosophy and Love.

Jaime Thomas, M.S., CCC-SLP

A journey together through speech, language, literacy, and life!

Me Exploring

exploring the world, my place, art de vivre and myself

My Plaid Heart

for the love of scotland

Emmalisa Tilli