Author Archives: vanessa

End of year updates

 I have been shockingly bad at updating this year. There’s no excuse, just a whole load of tiny justifications ranging from feeling overwhelmed by the pressure of starting out as an indie author, to getting my head down to write … Continue reading

Posted in Writing | Tagged | Leave a comment

All systems go!

The launch of Death Will Find Me kicked off earlier in the week when Kelly Lacey at Love Books Group coordinated a cover reveal, filling social media with images of the book jacket. I love the cover – designed by … Continue reading

Posted in Death Will Find Me, Publishing news, Tessa Kilpatrick | Comments Off on All systems go!

Looking forward to 2019 – new opportunities

 At the turn of each year, I like to look at the previous year and think about what I want to achieve in the coming one. Well, you know what they say about the best laid plans of mice and … Continue reading

Posted in Life, My Writing, Writing | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Looking forward to 2019 – new opportunities

Being an indie author is just completing the circle

Anyone who read my last post has probably realised what I’m planning to do with Death Will Find Me, my 1920s-set crime novel. I’m going to self-publish it. It’s something I never thought I’d do, but I’ve run a publishing … Continue reading

Posted in My Writing, Publishing, Writing | Tagged , , , , | Comments Off on Being an indie author is just completing the circle

Decisions, decisions, decisions…

 It is striking that I’ve written only three blog posts so far this year – a vague one about the progress (or lack of it) that Death Will Find Me had made in terms of finding a publisher, a piece … Continue reading

Posted in My Writing, Writing | Tagged , , , , , | Comments Off on Decisions, decisions, decisions…