Write What You Know, And What You Don’t Know @evgaughan #SundayBlogShare #ASMSG

Great writing advice. Use what you know but don’t only write what you know.

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One of my favourite authors is here on my blog today.

After reading Evie Gaughan’s wonderful book, The Mysterious Bakery on Rue de ParisI nearly caught a ferry over to the West Coast of Ireland to meet her in person. This is what good books can make you do. Seriously, you write a cracking novel and you might find your readers doing strange things. I did wonder how Evie would react to having a mad blonde book fan turn up, unannounced, on her doorstep, begging for an author selfie, a signed copy of her book, a guided tour of her hometown, an intense discussion about why she wrote her amazing book, a nose around her attic, where she writes and a cup of tea with cake. So I settled for the next best thing, a guest blog post. *Sigh*

Without further ado, please welcome Irish author, Evie Gaughan.

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