I hope you enjoyed the site. I expect to include more material soon.
In the meantime, email me with your comments or suggestions
Other websites I would recommend:
http://www.estherkeziaharding.com/ My Daughter’s brilliant art showcase.
http://www.youwriteon.com/ Any aspiring writers out there? Get the best help you can from peer review.
Ann Swinfen’s author website – Ann is currently assisting me on my latest project, ‘The Swordsman of Calais.’ http://www.annswinfen.com/
Past; Tense uploaded to Freado.com. You can read two short stories for nothing. Then if you like them you could buy the complete collection…
A few websites from YouWriteOn forum members:
http://www.jennykellerford.webs.com/ Jenny Keller Ford. Probably the most professional individual website I have seen. I don’t like to look for too long as I get jealous.
http://www.rosalindwinter.co.uk/About-Ros.html Rosalid Winter. Children’s writer, Bellringer, Gnome fancier. Lives in Cornwall. (Lucky thing!)
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Ann-Swinfen/e/B0032EXS00/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1 AnnSwinfen. Now she knows a thing or two about writing and isn’t averse to sharing it. Also www.booksfromscotland.com/Authors/Ann-Swinfen/Interview
Someone else to whom I turn for a fresh, honest opinion is Susan Howe. http://howesue.wordpress.com/
Clair Humphries is another well-known name around YWO. http://clairhumphries.com/
There are many more on the forum. Some haven’t got websites and I would not publish their emails without permission. But if you are serious about writing, then you could do worse than get involved in YWO and build up a network of contacts who will be able to help with frank opinions, suggestions and the occasional much needed encouragement.
Happy reading! Happy writing!