Once you have an idea for story, the next step is to decide how you're going to tell that story. I've ended up using two very different ways of telling a story for my first two novels. The Second Love Of My Life, which was published last year is written from the first person perspective… Continue reading How Do You Choose How To Tell A Story?
My Random Acts Of Kindness series has a full set of lovely looking covers now hurrah! Each cover has a little picture that has a role to play in the story and I just love all the colours. I think the covers really match the cosy, country, up-lifting vibe of the story and hopefully you'll… Continue reading A Gorgeous Set Of Covers
I can't believe that I haven't watched It's A Wonderful Life before now. I always see it on Best Christmas Movie lists and I thought it was about time I picked up a copy and gave it a whirl. Who doesn't love a festive film? I'm so glad I did. It's A Wonderful Life is… Continue reading It’s A Kind Life
Well, of course you do!! I'm going to give away a free iBooks download of my new story Random Acts Of Kindness Part One as soon as I reach 200 likes on my Facebook page. To be in with a chance of winning, just hit like over HERE! Victoria xoxo
To mark publication day for Part One of my Random Acts Of Kindness series, my publishers Simon and Schuster set me a kindness challenge. I hit the streets of London with some goodie bags to try to spread some kindness on a rather gloomy Monday morning. Check out the below video to see how I… Continue reading Random Acts Of Kindness Challenge
Well, that came around quickly, didn't it? I don't think any writer ever enters publication day without a mixture of excitement and nerves, and I am no exception. It's always scary to put your work "out there", hoping that readers will enjoy it and like what you've created. It's terrifying to look at your rankings… Continue reading It’s Publication Day, Baby!
Here are the books I read last month: So I managed four novels and one non-fiction book about kindness in November. I have had Carry On my shelf for ages - I've enjoyed all Rainbow Rowell's books and if you've read Fangirl, you'll know that this book is extracted in that. It's basically Harry Potter… Continue reading Books read in November 2017