My first Poppy McGowan novella: Fatal Crossing

Over the past few years, I’ve begun writing novellas. It started when a friend asked me to write one for a Regency romance anthology. It was so much fun that I ended up starting a new pen name (Elizabeth Leydin) and just kept writing them. (I was going to give

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How did I learn to be a feminist? By reading ballet books

When I was a little girl, I was a voracious reader (no surprise). I read everything, but I had a particular love for ballet books, especially the Sadler’s Wells series by Lorna Hill. My mother, who hated to see me reading the fantasy and science fiction stories I also loved,

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It’s just not cricket – a woman’s right to choose

Toady we have a guest post from a non-fiction historical writer, who has been researching women’s sport. Welcome, Louise! There’s been a lot in the media recently around sexism and equality, rights and fairness. Many of these instances are visibly being played out right now in state and federal parliaments,

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A free taste of The Charleston Scandal!

This week, I’m on the So You Want To Be A Writer podcast, reading the first two chapters of The Charleston Scandal, and having a lovely chat with Valerie Khoo. Here is the link (and I apologise in advance for my lisp!).  

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