Ross Mountney Blog Tour

‘Meet’ Ross Mountney on her Blog Tour this February


Ross Mountney has been writing about parenting and home education for many years, firstly as the author of ‘A Home Educating Nobody’ in the newsletter of Education Otherwise, then moving on to writing her own books. In her own words, she says that she writes ‘…to help and support others. To encourage and inspire others to make choices, to be who they want to be, and to live an individual and inspired life.’

A quick glance through her many reviews show that she is doing exactly that!

“I have read Ross’s books and articles for years and I have to say that I always feel more relaxed and inspired after reading them – thanks Ross for reassuring and inspiring me so many times during the past 20 years!”( on ‘A Home Education Notebook’)

“This is a beautiful account of one family’s journey through home education: why they chose to do it, how they started, the ups and downs and the wonderful experiences they had along the way. I found it truly inspiring and would recommend this to anyone starting out on a home educating adventure.” (on ‘A Funny Kind of Education’)

“I hardly ever write reviews, but was compelled to with this book. It is amazing. I am so thankful to Ross for writing such an insightful, reassuring, informative, uplifting and inspiring book.” (on ‘A Home Education Notebook’)

(Reviews on Amazon)

And now we are pleased to give you a chance to ‘meet’ Ross. Well, sort of… virtually anyway! In February Ross will be taking part in a Blog Tour. If this is not something you’ve come across before, you can think of it as a little like a book tour, only instead of physically appearing at venues, Ross will be appearing as a guest writer on other blogs.

We are very excited about the wonderful bloggers who will be hosting Ross’s posts on their blogs during that time; Becky from Family Budgeting, Hayley from Downs Side Up, Louise from LouiseWaltersWriter, David from DadvWorld, Keris from Happy Home Ed and Holly from Natural Mumma. Ross will also be featured on The Home Education Podcast around that time. Huge thanks to them for taking part.

Ross will be talking about parenting, home education and writing – check the schedule below to see where she’s going to be on each day, pop in to ‘meet’ her there and take the chance to have a look around each of the inspiring blogs she’s stopping at. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter if you’d like reminders closer to the time!

Blog Tour Dates:

Thursday 2nd Feb – and The Home Education Podcast Episode 43

Friday 3rd Feb –

Saturday 4th Feb –

Monday 6th Feb –

Tuesday 7th Feb –

Wednesday 8th Feb –

Thursday 9th Feb The Home Education Podcast Episode 44

Do you have a novel inside of you?

If you do, please let us know! We’re absolutely flat out working on our current titles so we’re afraid that at the moment we’re closed for submissions, but we’d be happy to hear your plans and let you know if it’s something that would fit our lists.

We’ll be opening again in a few months’ time…

– please sign up for our Newsletter so that we can let you know when.

When we do open we’re going to be looking specifically for fiction titles for adults and for young adults. Maybe you’re a budding crime writer, or you have an idea for a great thriller. Perhaps romance is more your scene, or something totally different…

As a social enterprise…

…we’re particularly looking to publish books Writerthat feature groups and communities traditionally underrepresented in fiction, and to support new or emerging writers, or writers from our local area – Fenland in North Cambridgeshire. It’s fine if your book appeals more to a niche market than the wider public, as long as it’s well written and engaging.

If you’d like to check whether something you’re working on might be of interest to us, you’re welcome to contact us and ask, but please don’t send any samples at the current time.

We’re very excited about the books we’ll be bringing you over the next few months, and really looking forward to opening again for some more wonderful submissions.

In the meantime, we best crack on. These books aren’t going to publish themselves!