Holly Field Writes – Something a Little Different

Hello Followers, old and new! Many of you are fellow bloggers; perhaps you’re blogging as a hobby or you’re sustaining a living from it. Those who read my blog posts will likely realise that this blog is a hobby for me. But it’s also a place I share commissioned content, providing I’ve added a clause…

Top 100 Sex Blogs 2020

Molly Moore at Molly’s Daily Kiss has announced the nominations are open for the Top 100 Sex Blogs of 2020. Over the years, I’ve found these lists (here is 2019’s) an invaluable resource to connect with other sex bloggers and to engage with, and continue, the conversations which permeate our community. And whilst I don’t…

Erotic Escapades

I have a big, exciting announcement: I have a new freelance job as an erotic scriptwriter for Emjoy. Emjoy produces audio erotica, mainly catered for women’s aural pleasure.  And there’s something for everyone: one chilli indicates a sensual story, two chillies allude to a sexier narrative and three chillies mean you’re in for a saucy…

Adapting

Eight weeks into a global lockdown there seems to be a shift in people’s mentalities: The first six weeks were characterised by silent roads during Monday morning’s ‘rush hour’, empty town centres on Saturday afternoons and quizzes on Friday nights.  Now, the traffic on our roads is almost returning to normal, town centres are a…

Ghostwriting Journey (1)

Ghostwriting someone’s memoir is one of the most rewarding, yet stressful, experiences for a writer.  The aim is to get inside the subject’s head and write in their voice.  Ideally, you’ll already be – or become – good friends so you can adopt their turns of phrase without too much effort.  The trick is to…

Write with Rupi

On Friday evening 9,000 people tuned into Rupi Kaur’s IG Live for a writing workshop.  I wasn’t sure what to expect but I was so engaged that the hour whizzed by; possibly the fastest hour of the week in quarantine. There were moments I found myself feeling emotional about the workshop; with the virus impacting…

September Feels

Oh, September in Britain.  The end of summer, that ‘back-to-school’ feeling, the disappointments of not achieving all those summer plans. But.  But also the productivity that comes with a new term.  Despite having not been a full-time teacher for the past year, and finding my feet as an Editor, I still find my working clock…

I’m still writing!

The silence has not been for nothing; I have been working hard to produce a book from my blogs. It’s a slow process with other work and life commitments but progress is being made.   More blogs to come…

Radio Silence…

My lovely readers, I apologise for the radio silence. A while ago, I mentioned that I’m adapting my blogs into a book and for the past few months, I’ve been going over my old blog posts and editing them and trying to put the posts into a coherent format. However, that’s not the only reason…

Blogging to Booking.

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