Writing this in the week when the Armistice that ended World War One was commemorated, when the two minute silence … More The use of silence
All articles by Evonne Wareham
A book. In a month??? For those not into the jargon – NaNoWriMo is a collective madness that seizes large … More I’ve never done NaNoWriMo … yet.
Autumn is my least favourite season, especially after the clocks have changed. I don’t do well when it is cold, … More When the leaves are turning …
The most popular question to ask an author seems to be – where do you get your ideas? Answer to … More Full supporting cast
The new paperback It was a big day last week – the paperback copies of What Happens at Christmas arrived … More Glad to be back with romantic suspense
All writers have their quirks – an attachment to nice stationery seems to be fairly universal, and an awful lot … More Time lines
These days, with phones, texts, skype, etc, etc … it’s difficult to avoid your nearest and dearest, and the not … More Lost communications
I made a day trip to London recently for a talk and a book launch – which involved a trip … More Books passed their read-by date?
I made a trip to York last week – to have some fun, at the RNA Afternoon Tea, which was … More Research – planned and unplanned.
Two men in casual clothes are standing in the street, in front of a house that is currently undergoing renovation. … More There’s always a story …
When I am struggling to summon the enthusiasm to roll out of bed in the morning – I don’t do mornings, … More Books on display
First I’d like to introduce Reggie, my new writing companion. Everyone needs a pink unicorn in their lives. And the … More Brand New Website
Bath is one of my favourite cities, which is why I decided that Cassie’s concierge service would be located there … More The Owls of Bath
High on my list of things a writer cannot do without – like an endless supply of pens and a … More A book of words
I have one of those calenders that have inspirational messages for each month, along with a picture of a fireside, … More Thought for the day – or the month?
The clock is ticking … There has been a bit of discussion in the Society of Authors’ magazine and elsewhere … More Does your age really matter?
Everyone who has ever lost someone they love will probably know what I mean when I talk about those conversations … More Conversations you never had
Writing short stories is not my medium of choice – I tend to write long and have trouble sticking to … More Writing outside the comfort zone.
I had a lot of fun last week, beginning with the launch of a paperback book for the first time … More A Red Letter Week
Today I’m the Choc-lit treat – a short story in your in box at coffee time on a Friday – … More Stop press
On Saturday I did something that I haven’t done for a long time – attended a multi author book signing. … More When in Wales
I can’t remember if I’ve told you – Summer in San Remo is going to be out in paperback on … More Summer in San Remo – Out in Paperback
Writers are told – often – to ensure that they use all the senses when writing. Hearing and sound is … More Summoned by Bells?
Romantic Novelists’ Association parties aside, writers don’t get that many chances for a bit of glamour, off the page, so … More Smile please! Getting some new pictures taken.
Being a writer has its advantages – it’s possibly the only job you can do in your pyjamas, in bed, … More Unaccustomed as I am …