Filling the Empty Page – Lynne Shelby shares her top tips

If ever there was a back story which grabs the imagination this has to be one. French Kissing and Eurostar – it is what movies are made about surely! Lynne Shelby chats to Laura Wilkinson about her fab novel…French Kissing. Drop over and enjoy the story.

Laura Wilkinson

As we brace ourselves for the last leg of NaNoWriMo, I’m utterly thrilled to have romance author Lynne Shelby guesting on my blog. There are many reasons to love Lynne. Here are three for starters: she writes fantastic romances set in the glitzy, heady world of showbiz, she’s a generous supporter of other writers and she shares a surname with Birmingham’s most (in)famous family, The Peaky Blinders. Today, she’s talking about the dreaded blank page and offering up some top tips. Take it away, Lynne.

Filling the Empty Page by Lynne Shelby

There must be few things as daunting for a writer as an empty page (or, more usually these days, a blank laptop screen), but every writer has their own writing process – the tricks and tools of their trade – that they use to fill the empty space with words, especially when they have a looming deadline! In…

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