Social Media Pages

I now have author pages on both Goodreads and Bookbub!

My current books and my next two releases are now up on Goodreads, and I’ve also linked this blog to my Goodreads author page.

If you’re a Bookbub user, you can now follow me there and receive notifications of any new releases.

As always, you can also find me on Twitter and Facebook.

You can find my social media pages by clicking the icons below:



#WriteClub and #TraumaFiction

The Twitter writing community is full of awesomeness. There are oodles of talented, supportive writers on Twitter and lots of great writing-related chats going on at various times on different hashtags. Two of my favourite writing-related Twitter hashtags are #WriteClub and #TraumaFiction. For those who aren’t familiar with these hashtags, here is some basic information:


Write Club was created by @MeganWhitmer for those of us writers who tend to stay home and write on Friday nights rather than going out to a party or the movies or wherever. Basically, it involves 30 minute writing sprints with 10-15 minute breaks between sprints. At the end of each sprint, participants share their word count. It’s a great way to cheer each other on and keep each other motivated. Write Club runs on Friday evenings/nights in both the UK and North America. Come join in the fun if you haven’t already! (Follow @FriNightWrites and check out the #writeclub hashtag).


Trauma Fiction was started by @EAOtto and is a great resource for medical information. If you want to know how to kill, harm, or treat your characters in a realistic way, this is something you should definitely check out. You can ask @EAOtto specific questions, suggest topics or simply follow along on the hashtag for great information. #TraumaFiction usually takes place on Tuesdays at 10 am CST but check out the hashtag each week to confirm the day/time if you want to follow along in real-time.

I hope these two hashtags will be as helpful to you as they have been to me!