Recipes from : The Ice Cream Parlour

Thanks for inviting me back on your blog, Taryn! We’re both avid foodies and so in the spirit of my brand new book, THE ICE CREAM PARLOUR, I thought I’d share three variations of no-churn (ie. no need for a machine!) ice cream recipes today. These couldn’t be easier to prepare and involve few ingredients,Continue reading “Recipes from : The Ice Cream Parlour”

The highs and lows of a ginger book blogger (and the lessons she learned) – GUEST POST Meggy Roussel

I am one in a million. Two million? Three?! Let’s settle it by saying the community is huge and always active! Three years ago, I did not know what ‘book blogging’ was. I didn’t know it existed. What a dull life I had!

542 published posts later, I am still here. This itself is a miracle.

5 Ways to write even when you feel uninspired

We all have those days, even months when no inspiration comes to write. Here are 5 simple things you can do to help you kick start your writing again. 1. Read more books Might sound strange to some, but reading is a great way to inspire you to write. It can spark an idea inContinue reading “5 Ways to write even when you feel uninspired”

Why not to become an Author – insider’s guide

So this may seem like a strange article to write, since I am a published Author, but the purpose is to show you the cons of writing, so that you can let those dreamy notions go BEFORE you send your work out to be published. I am by no means discouraging you to write yourContinue reading “Why not to become an Author – insider’s guide”

Author Interview: Marlene Wagman-Geller

Today we are joined by the phenomenal Author Marlene Wagman-Geller, who has published to date six books that are taking the world by storm. Marlene is a true inspiration to me and she feels like a friend I’ve known for years, I am honoured to have been given the opportunity to have interviewed her. Q:Continue reading “Author Interview: Marlene Wagman-Geller”