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The Mindful Writer
How to Succeed and Find Joy in this writing life with author Lizzie Chantree
Interview by Deborah Klee. Podcast link click here
Each week I chat with a guest exploring the psychological, emotional, and spiritual journey they have experienced as a writer, the lessons they have learnt – and are continuing to learn.
As I talk to other writer’s and reflect on my own experience, I hope to discover how we might find abundance in our creative pursuits, achieving our goals the mindful way.
Lizzie Chantree is a best-selling author of uplifting romantic reads and Networking for Writers. In this episode Lizzie explains:
· How to develop a positive mindset
· How to make good use of the resources and networks available to us
· How to build our readership, reader by reader
· How to be a kind and compassionate manager (to ourselves).
Music Motivational-indent Pixabay
Romance Matter Magazine.
But I smile anyway… Ritu Bhathal Blog.
There are some people who you know, without a second glance, that you are going to be happy to help, and one of those, for me, in Lizzie Chantree.
Now, we haven’t met IRL, but have been social media compadres for a good couple of years, and I have read a few of her books, including her non-fiction, Networking For Writers. I’ve also been a member of her Facebook writing group, where she is a constant source of motivation.
Now, our busy Lizzie has got a new release out… on November 23rd, and it sounds like it will be a wonderful read!
It is my great pleasure to welcome the lovely Lizzie Chantree to my blog today to celebrate the launch of her book on 23rd November. The Woman Who Felt Invisible. Love the title! I’m a big fan of Lizzie’s feel good romances and I’m sure her latest is a hit too! Get yourself a copy you won’t be disappointed!
There are some people you jump to when you hear they’ve a new book and Lizzie Chantree, author of some fab books (have read Babe Driven, Finding Gina and Ssh, It’s Our Secret) who has a great book group on Facebook and is always so helpful with her tips and advice, is one
One of my favourite authors, Lizzie Chantree has published a new novel and allowed me to share and extract from that with my readers. Aren’t I lucky?
Celebrating the publication an exciting, romantic story of love and new beginnings here’s an excerpt from The Woman Who Felt Invisible a novel full of humour, romance and tear-jerking reality, from international bestselling author, Lizzie Chantree.
I want to wish Lizzie Chantree a happy publication day for her latest book The Woman Who Felt Invisible! Read on for more about the book and an exclusive excerpt:
Just two more sleeps until fabulous author Lizzie Chantree releases her latest book entitled, The Woman Who Felt Invisible.
What a gorgeous cover! Let’s take a look and see what it’s about…
Happy release day to Lizzie Chantree.
If you’re looking for a romance novel with some tear-jerking moments and a few laughs along the way, her latest book, The Woman Who Felt Invisible, is out TODAY!
Sally Cronin’s Blog.
Delighted to share the news of the latest release by Lizzie Chantree on Pre-order for 23rd November – The woman who felt invisible: A gorgeous romance about following your dreams and listening to your heart
Fiona Jenkins. Inspired by my PMDD Blog.
Name a time where you felt Invisible!
I had a time when my children were growing up and I felt a bit lost about my role in the world. I do feel that society sometimes overlooks the skill and wisdom of older people and they assume that once we hit a certain age, that we don’t need excitement and challenges in life. I feel the opposite is true. I like to learn new things every day and push myself out of my comfort zones, even when people ask me why I don’t just do things that are less stressful. I don’t enjoy stress, but I do jump into new life experiences all of the time, to grow as a person.
Zooloo’s Book Diary. Beautiful book blog. Launch day news and reviews.
‘Oh, Lizzie!! You have done it again! I had such a lump in my throat by the end of the book it was unreal. I knew to expect something like that when I read this book as it is the way but I had to grab a glass of water this time!! This is such a lovely story of love, loss and growth.’
But I Smile Anyway. Musings and memories, words and wisdom… of a working family woman. Launch team. Shh… It’s Our Secret.
I am excited to be handing my blog over to the wonderfully talented Lizzie Chantree, today, to let you know about her new release!
‘My rating: 5 out of 5 stars!
Shh… Can I tell you a secret?
I finished this in a day!
I have read several of Lizzie Chantree’s books already, she is an extremely versatile author, and this book is another little gem in her book jewels.
Violet loves to sing. She has since she was young, but the joy of singing ends when her parents pass away.
Since then, she’s hidden her talent, singing in secret, and succumbed to an awful relationship. The only silver lining in the cloud that is her life is the cafe she works at, and the family she has built from her regular customers.
Life takes a huge turn when music producer Kai walks into the cafe and hears her voice.
All in all, an enjoyable read, quick and easy, and the happy ending we all want!’
D.I. Finn. Launch team. Shh… It’s Our Secret.
I’m pleased to welcome, Lizzie Chantree, here today to talk about her newest release, “Shh… It’s Our Secret.” I pre-ordered my copy:)
Shelley Wilson Author blog: Launch day interview.
‘I’m delighted to welcome today’s wonderful author who needs no introduction. She offers so much support to her fellow scribes through her social media platforms and fun Facebook group. I’m honoured to share my author interview with the lovely Lizzie Chantree! Her new book, ‘Ssh…It’s Our Secret’, is out TODAY!’
Duvet Dwellers: Launch team post.
‘I am thrilled to hand over my blog to international best-selling author, Lizzie Chantree, on her publication day of Shh… It’s Our Secret. She is an author I love to read and follow on social media because she is actively supportive of writers and readers which is always good to see and I recommend following her. If you are a writer, you can read my review of her networking book here:’
Christine Penhall. Website: Shh… It’s Our Secret launch news.
‘I’m delighted to welcome international best selling author, Lizzie Chantree onto my blog today to celebrate the publication of her new book on May 6th 2021’
Isabella May’s Blog. Shh… It’s Our Secret, book launch post.
‘Lizzie’s books always put a smile on my face. Her writing is so quirky, engaging and unique, and her female MCs are truly kick-ass and inspirational! So it’s brilliant to have her back on the blog to talk about her latest book, Shh… It’s Our Secret. If you haven’t got your copy yet, read on and get ordering…’
Smorgasboard Blog Magazine, by Sally Cronin. Shh… It’s Our Secret Book Launch.
Taryn Leigh. Lizzie Chantree, author interview.
Emma the little bookworm: The little ice cream shop by the sea. Genie: Character profile.
Sally Cronin’s Blog. Shh… It’s Our Secret. New release news.
Liza Miles Writer. New release news. Shh… It’s Our Secret.
Thoughts by Mello-Ello blog. Book Launch post. The little ice cream shop by the sea.
Quote: ‘There are few contemporary romance writers that I enjoy as much as Lizzie Chantree. Her books are fun, uplifting and carry realistic characters that any reader can relate to within a setting that feels familiar and welcomes you in with open arms. Her style of writing fits the modern reader with its twists and suspense that keep us guessing whether the protagonist will end up with his or her love interest and live happily ever after.’
Author MJ Mallon. Release day post.
Richard Dee. Release day post.
Jo lambert author. Book Launch post. The little ice cream shop by the sea.
Post by dgtl writer. Book Launch post. The little ice cream shop by the sea.
Val penny’s Blog. Book Launch post. The little ice cream shop by the sea.
But I smile anyway blog. Book launch shout out, from Ritu Bhathal
Author, Nell Dixon’s Blog. Book launch shout out. The little ice cream shop by the sea, by Lizzie Chantree.
Publishers Weekly. Upcoming book release selection. Shh… It’s Our Secret. BHC Press.
Val penny’s Blog. Lizzie Chantree, author profile.
A little book problem blog. Networking for writers. Celebration Post.
Kim Nash. Networking for writers. Launch day celebrations.
Debbie Manber Kupfer. Networking for writers. Launch day celebrations.
Grace J Reviewerlady. Networking for writers. Launch day post.
Sarah Davis Author website. Networking for writers. Book launch spotlight.
Taryn Leigh. Lizzie Chantree. Author spotlight.
Caz Greenham. Lizzie Chantree. Author interview
The Writer’s Surgery. Networking book launch.
Amanda’s Treehouse. Networking post.
Frost Magazine. Networking for writers. Article.
Essex 2020. Authors At…
A little book problem. Author interview.
Pen to print website. Author interview.
Porridge and cream reads by Sandra Danby. Author interview.
Welcome to author Lizzie Chantree. By Mary Wood – Maggie Mason – Molly Kent. Blog post.
Indie showcase presents. By Richard Dee. Blog post.
Writers Bureau. Article.
Bookgoodies Author Interview.
DD’s Diary. Author Interview.
The unstoppable author. Author interview.
The writers abc checklist. Author interview.
David P Perlmutter. Website. Author interview with Lizzie.
Isabella May blog. Author interview.
Paula Williams blog. Author interview.
The light behind the story. Author interview.
Portobello book blog. Author interview.
Don Massenzio blog. Author interview.
Sue Vincent blog. Author interview.
Expresso Tales. Author interview.
Lizzie Chantree wanted to have a creative career when she was a child. She really enjoyed writing and wrote lots of short stories. Her first job was in a design agency. She has been on television and radio and invited to the houses of Parliament. She works a lot of hours and tries to fit in as much writing as she can. Her author dream is to have all her books as bestsellers, which she is thrilled and amazed to say has happened so far.
Writers’ Forum Magazine:
Books by women. @WomenWriters article. Social media and networking tips for writers.
Essex Life Magazine.
Author interview. AuthorsInterviews website: Link here.
Essex Life Magazine Date: 01/03/18 Article size: 1 PG Section: Book Club
The Yellow Advertiser Date: 18/01/18 Article size: 1/8 PG Section: News
The Enquirer Date: 18/01/18 Article size: 1/2 PG Section: News
BBC Essex Date: 02/03/18 Time: 20 mins Section: Tony Fisher
Now Magazine Date: 15/03/00 Article size: 1/8 PG Section: Fashion Flash
Womans Own Magazine Date: 13/03/00 Article size: 1/8 PG Section: Consumer Page
Wickford/Billericay Echo Date: 02/03/00 Article size: 1/2 PG Section: Run of good luck
Richard and Judy Date: 17/02/00 Time: 10 mins Section: Female Inventors/Products
The Daily Mail Date: 17/02/00 Article size: 1/4 PG Section: Tried and Tested. Runaway Spray given 9/10
The Sun Date: 16/02/00 Article size: 1/8 PG Section: Woman of the week/ Sun Woman
Sky Business News. Date: 14/02/00 Time: 5 mins. Section: New Product News
Meridian News Date: 14/02/00 Time: 8 mins each Section: New Product News. AM+ PM
London Tonight Date: 14/02/00 Time: 5 mins Section: Lunchtime News
Sky News Date: 14/02/00 Time: 5 mins Section: Invention of the Year
The BBC Essex Date: 14/02/00 Time: 8 mins Section: Time to Talk
Radio Gloucestershire Date: 14/02/00 Time: 10 mins Section: News
Radio Leeds Date: 14/02/00 Time: 10 mins Section: Daily News
BBC Worldwide Service Date: 14/02/00 Time: 8 mins Section: Daily News
Radio 5 Live Date: 14/02/00 Time: 5 mins Section: Breakfast News
The Guardian Date: 14/02/00 Article size: 1/8 PG Section: National News
The Mirror Date: 10/02/00 Article size: 3/4 PG Section: Mothers of Invention
The Evening Echo Date: 09/02/00 Article size: 1 PG Section: Business News
Pearson T.V. Open House with Gloria Hunniford
Date: 04/02/00 Time: 10 mins Section: Female Inventors
Essex Radio Date: 02/02/00 Time: 5 mins Section: Breakfast / Evening News. AM+PM
The Evening Echo Date: 02/02/00 Article size: 1/4 PG Section: Front Cover
The Daily Mail Date: 20/01/00 Article size: 1 PG Section: Femail Design