- The Writer’s Dog : Guest Blog by Anne Gracie
- Finding Your Hero: Guest Blog by Louise Allen
- The Reader Writer Connection: Guest Blog by Sue Moorcroft
- The Amateur Sleuth: Guest Blog by Lesley Cookman
- Confessions of a Country House Tour Guide: Guest Blog by Nicola Cornick
- Romantic Series: Guest Blog by Sarah Mallory
- Jane Austen: Emotion in the Shrubbery
- Do you speak Oz? Guest Post by Janet Gover
- YA Heroes: Deliciously Bad? Guest Post by Pia Fenton
- Romantic Comedy — Guest Post by Alison May
- New Heyer Stories? Guest Post by Jennifer Kloester
- Handcuffed? Research? Guest Post by Patricia McLinn
- Fantasy research: sweat the small vampires? Kate Johnson guests
- Katie Fforde & Research: Guest Blog
- Sugar tongs at dawn? Elizabeth Rolls guests
- Gritty Saga Research: Jean Fullerton guests
- Elizabethan York without Dung? Pamela Hartshorne guests
- Love among the Thrillers: Alison Morton guests
- My Hairy-Chested Hero : Guest Blog by Christina Hollis
- Veronica the crafty companion : Guest blog by Judy Astley
- Writer’s Pet? Sort of — Guest blog by Catherine Jones
- Puppy Love : Guest Blog by Jane Godman
- Am I surviving the writer’s survival kit?
- Jenni Fletcher guest blog : the writer in lockdown
- Before The Crown there was a love story
- Yikes, I’ve won the Libertà Award : Guest Blog by Kate Hardy
She is what is usually called a hybrid author these days, though Elizabeth prefers to term herself an “authorpreneur”. [Not sure Dame Isadora would approve but, with luck, she won’t notice.]
Elizabeth produces all sorts of terrific books. Sapere Books publishes her Lady Fan Mystery series and her Brides by Chance Regency Adventures. Her self–published list includes Regencies, short stories, a couple of edgy paranormal tales, a romantic suspense novella and a two writing-related help books which come much recommended. Phew! Quite a catalogue.
Elizabeth admits she really doesn’t know how to fit it all in and says she is beginning to wonder if retirement and old age are actually a thing. But she managed to find time to write a blog for us.
Many thanks, Liz. And over to you.
What does Elizabeth Bailey want in her Survival Kit?
Ask any writer for the most needed tool in their survival kit and they will say persistence. More years down the line than I care to think about, I agree. I’m still here, still writing. That says it all.
Okay, there have been solid gaps in actual putting words down. We’ve all had those, for whatever reason. Life has a tendency to throw itself at you and there’s nowt to do about that except suffer on through.