I was reflecting with my husband the other day on our journey over the last three years and our chat turned to my fiction writing. Even longer than three years ago, more like five, I was just starting to take my fiction seriously. I've talked about this here and here. But I remember back then… Continue reading Support Networks
Author: Susan Earlam
Turns out I’m another creative with ADHD
Joining the club! This is a quick post about me and ADHD. There are a lot of diagnoses of ADHD around at the moment but women and girls are still hugely underdiagnosed. This is just the tip of the iceberg. I realised the other day that I hadn't shared this on my blog "officially". My… Continue reading Turns out I’m another creative with ADHD
Get to work, time to dig in.
I don't know about you, but I can't wait until Spring. My apologies for the Northern Hemisphere bias, but I need some sun on my face and days with more hours in them. It's safe to say, despite my best intentions I still haven't re-established a vigorous writing routine. This is the reality of being… Continue reading Get to work, time to dig in.
Pocketbook of Horror
A new strategy for a new year
If you read my newsletter you'll already know that I'm changing things up this year. As a self-published author who wants readers to discover her books... Well, I need to be where the readers are. Unfortunately, despite building a (not huge) audience across social platforms, many of these platforms have changed to a Pay To… Continue reading A new strategy for a new year