On Tuesday November 3rd 2015 Twitter changed it’s ‘Like’ icon, the star, to the what we see now. The Twitter heart. At first, as with most change, there was a fair bit of upset around the move. People in general, don’t fair well with change. It’s disconcerting. They liked the star. They didn’t like a […]
Falling Over The Pain Precipice And The Future
Some of you may have noticed I have been fairly quiet on social media of late. I haven’t been on Twitter, my Facebook use is limited and my blog is being pretty neglected. The reason for this is that a couple of weeks ago I went right over that precipice, over the cliff edge of […]
What’s Your First Draft Like? – Angela Clarke
Today I’m thrilled to welcome friend and fellow EDSer, Angela Clarke to the blog to talk about her first draft process. Angela is an author, playwright and columnist. The first of her new crime series novels Follow Me (Avon) was published in the UK this December. Follow Me will be published in Holland in 2016 under the […]
Recently Read – Follow Me by Angela Clarke
Follow Me by Angela Clarke Genre; Crime LIKE. SHARE. FOLLOW . . . DIE The ‘Hashtag Murderer’ posts chilling cryptic clues online, pointing to their next target. Taunting the police. Enthralling the press. Capturing the public’s imagination. But this is no virtual threat. As the number of his followers rises, so does the body count. […]
How Do You keep Track Of What You’re Reading?
Keeping track of what you’re reading is not always easy. I use Goodreads. (Click Here to find me on there.) I am also an Instagram user, but I had never considered using Instagram to keep track of what I was reading until I watched this video. If you are visually stimulated this could be a […]
Are You Periscoping?!
Are you looking all blank-faced at your screen right now? Or are you aware of this new social app that has hit the iOS software via Twitter? If not, let me explain it because I’ve only recently become aware due to the #whereIwrite hashtag on Twitter and I’m now a fully fledged fan of the […]
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