Roadshow at Story Empire

This week I have been on an adventure. I hit the road and had an incredible journey with a bunch of authors and readers. We all followed Story Empire's authors in their Roadshow with their Traveling Library Bookmobile. Following this adventure we have been to several different places. We have met Driscoll Lake inhabitants with … Continue reading Roadshow at Story Empire

40 reasons why do I write #challenge

A few days ago I saw this post on positivewriter.com: 40 reasons why do you write. Beside listing the author's 40 reasons, the post asks writers to take the challenge, write 40 reasons and post on your blog. How could I resist? At first I thought finding 40 would prove difficult, but in the end once … Continue reading 40 reasons why do I write #challenge

Short movies and illusions #inspiration

Where does the idea for a story come from? To tell you the truth, as a reader, I never really think about it. When a good story grabs my attention, it's unusual for me to linger about its genesis. As a writer though I'm always well aware of what inspire my stories and I often … Continue reading Short movies and illusions #inspiration

Does self publishing sound like taking the easy road?

Lately I've been thinking a lot about my first novel, Secrets of a Handbag, and what I want to do with it. I'm halfway through what I hope it's the final rewriting of the Italian version, and it's only natural to start considering what kind of road I'm going to take. First question: do I … Continue reading Does self publishing sound like taking the easy road?

Facing the truth

Wanting to be a writer is clearly not enough to become one. And inspiration alone will lead you to nowhere. Being a writer requires a lot of hard work, commitment and sacrifice. It’s difficult, but not impossible. If you made choices that had nothing to do with writing in your life, it’s even more difficult. … Continue reading Facing the truth

Finding Eliza by Stephanie Pitcher Fishman #whatImreading

Let’s face it, even if I can read and enjoy a lot of different genres from non-fiction to romance, I usually go for fantasy, science fiction, thrillers and detective stories. However from time to time I need a breath of fresh air and I dive in something different. Finding Eliza was exactly that.  A beautiful … Continue reading Finding Eliza by Stephanie Pitcher Fishman #whatImreading

Calasade: Blood Isle by Mark Stone #whatImreading

Are you searching for something new to read? Then stop by for a moment and read. You won't be disappointed! Take a look at this beautiful cover... This is the cover of the incredible book I just finished reading. I was given an ARC copy of this book in exchange of an honest review and … Continue reading Calasade: Blood Isle by Mark Stone #whatImreading

Only trust writers who reads a lot #whatImreading

Tell me... ...would you trust a chef who doesn’t eat? Or a singer who doesn’t listen to music? I don’t think so. Then why should you trust a writer who doesn’t read? A few days ago I was thinking about this and I realised that lately I’ve been reading far less than I used to. I … Continue reading Only trust writers who reads a lot #whatImreading

Let’s do it again!

Hallo readers! How are you? I’ve been quite silent lately, because it has been a very hectic period and my free time has been devoted mainly to my fiction writing. Talking about fiction writing... today is a big day because Camp NaNoWriMo begins! What’s that? Camp NaNoWriMo is a rib of NaNoWriMo, which stands for National Novel … Continue reading Let’s do it again!

Groovy Cool Writing Techniques has been released today!

After weeks of silence, I pick up pen and paper (or better screen and keyboard) to tell you about a brand new book. If you are a writer you would love this book, if you aren’t you’ll want to become one.. I had the honor of being a beta-reader and I read an ARC copy … Continue reading Groovy Cool Writing Techniques has been released today!

Why do you write stupid stories?

Why do you read so many novels? Do they have any meaning? Have you ever heard this kind of questions? I had. Someone also told me that listening to music is a waste of time and more than one had the nerve to ask me “Why do you write stories? They are just that… stories, … Continue reading Why do you write stupid stories?

The fear of running out of ideas – Writing Nightmares #11

Once upon a time, when I was young and foolish, I wanted to be a writer but did nothing to become one. I wanted to write but I didn’t take the time to put the words on paper. I had a journal and started some stories, but never finished one. I was paralysed by fear, … Continue reading The fear of running out of ideas – Writing Nightmares #11

Book Blitz! Deadly Company by Rosa Storm

Deadly Company, by Rosa Storm Publication date: October 14th 2014 Genres: Horror, Paranormal, Psychological Synopsis: Based on the Spanish legend of La Santa Compaña (The Holy Company), this story talks about the unknown and unexplainable things that go bump in the night. When a group of teenagers decided to spend some time in their hometown's … Continue reading Book Blitz! Deadly Company by Rosa Storm

Book Blitz! Never Again by Rosa Storm

Never Again, by Rosa Storm Publication date: October 13th 2014 Genres: Horror, Psychological, Violence Synopsis: Life can get difficult, but we always have the chance to change it. Jen decided she had enough and chose to do something to change her situation. Relationships can be hard to keep if you don't take care of the … Continue reading Book Blitz! Never Again by Rosa Storm

Interview with the Character #6 – Nathan Wright and Peter Germany

Goodmorning readers and welcome to a new Interview with the Character! This week I am hosting an science fiction and horror writer from UK: Peter Germany. You can learn more about Peter and his writing projects at petergermany.com, the blog where he shares his journey to become a published author. Today he shares with us … Continue reading Interview with the Character #6 – Nathan Wright and Peter Germany