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Susan Tippett Braithwaite

Scottish Romantic Suspense Author, Editor, Screenwriter

My latest Things in Scots, Author Journals, and What I’m Reading posts all in one place!

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The Water Guy – A 200th Episode Special

Every week for the last load of years, Jez has shared his amazing water shots in his Water Water Everywhere (WWE) challenge. I couldn’t let his 200th episode go by without celebrating and taking part. While water is the star of the show, I wanted to share some of my favourite…
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Troon: Where the Sky Meets the Sea

Hello there! It’s getting colder here in Scotland, so I thought I’d share some summer shots for my husband, Jez’s Water, Water Everywhere (WWE) challenge to pretend it’s not so 🥶 that I’m chitterin because my poor wee toes feel frozen. Summer days by the seaside hold a special kind of…
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Remembrance Sunday: A Quiet Reflection

Hi Guys, Today is Remembrance Sunday. A day marked by many with ceremonies and poppies, with moments of silence and solemn speeches. A day of collective memory and respect observed with the best intentions. But for many veterans like myself, remembrance isn’t confined to a single day—it’s a part of who…
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🌟 Celebrating Wee Victories: A Five-Star Review! 🌟

Hello, dear readers and fellow writers, I’m so ecstatic that I had to stick my head out of the editing pit to share some delightful news with you! As many of you know, I recently shared a post about my NaNoWriMo Writer Instagram Canva Template Pack on my Etsy store. These…
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Maximise Your Writing Time with this NaNoWriMo Canva Template!

NaNoWriMo is upon us, and every second counts when you’re trying to reach that 50,000-word goal. I know the challenges writers face, wanting to spend their time actually writing. That’s why I’ve created these NaNoWriMo Canva Templates for sharing on Instagram. They’re designed to streamline your social updates and give you…
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Between the Lines: Hawthorn, Hope, and Storytelling

Hiya, Here in the northern hemisphere, autumn has painted our surroundings with its rich palette of golds, reds, and oranges. The days are growing colder, and the nights are drawing in faster, and I coorie ever deeper into my heavy knit cardigan… It’s hard not to reflect on summer’s sunnier, vibrant…
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Embracing Individuality: Lessons from a Yellow Rhododendron

Hey there, lovely people, I hope this finds you all well. For today’s Cee’s FOTD, I’ve got another floral treat for your eyes. If you thought rhododendrons only came in shades of white, pink, or purple, think again! 🌸➡️🌼 Spotted on one of my wee walks, this yellow rhododendron caught my…
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Master NaNoWriMo with this Word Count Tracker Spreadsheet

Ah, November is on the horizon, and that can only mean one thing to writers. It’s time for another National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). NaNoWriMo is an event where writers from around the world buckle down to write a whopping 50,000 words in just 30 days. But, as any NaNo participant…
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Rhododendron Blooms to Brighten the Day

Hi there! It’s been almost a month since my last post 😬. A brief holiday to visit the in-laws down in England, combined with an extended run-in with illness and a nightmare migraine, has kept me away. But as the petals unfurl after a storm, I, too, am beginning to recover…
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Red-Capped Radiance: A Surprise Star from Pollock Country Park

Today, my Flower of the Day (FOTD) is a bit unconventional but no less captivating. I stumbled upon this highly photogenic Amanita muscaria mushroom while on a stupendously long walk around Pollock Country Park with Jez. I’d only ever seen this type of mushroom in paintings and never quite believed they…
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Writing and Blooming: A Sneak Peek into Researching My Next Heroine

For many, many, many months, I’ve been working on the edits for Running the Asset. Much of the work I’ve been doing lately involves research, confirming facts, and location scouting. It’s been a fun but time-consuming part of the job. Not only has it been necessary for the story’s verisimilitude, but…
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From Independence March to Media Detox: September Snippets

Way back at the start of September, I ventured into Edinburgh with my wonderful husband, Jez. We’d gone in for the march for Scottish Independence and an independent Scotland to join the EU. The plan was to post while we were there, but as ideas go, that wasn’t my best. I’ve…
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On the Road to Edinburgh!

On our way to Edinburgh for the Believe in Scotland march. Fingers crossed 🤞 for good weather as we march for an independent Scotland in the EU.
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Taking a Walk

I’m still working on finalising Action Step 6 (the big re-do on the outline) for Running the Asset. It’s almost done, but I decided to get out for a wee walk to noodle through some plot points. So, here’s a photo from my walk. (Trying to get a bit artistic with…
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