Jera’s Jamboree : Book in the Spotlight ~ Surfing the Rainbow by Sue Johnson

Are you a writer who needs a bit of support right now?  

You may find the answer here! I’m loving the sound of this.

surfing the rainbow

Surfing the Rainbow is for anyone who has tried and failed to create the novel of their dreams.

If you have been held back by negative messages from the past, or feel your imagination has gone away, then the exercises in this book will help to guide you back to the path of creativity and exploration.

Color code your writing – follow the rainbow until you find the gold.

Published by Compass Books

eBook £6.99 || $9.99
Jan 25, 2013. 978-1-78099-661-5.
Paperback £9.99 || $14.95
Jan 25, 2013. 978-1-78099-869-5.

About the Author

Sue Johnson is a published poet, short story writer and novelist.

Her poems have been published in a variety of small press magazines, both in the UK and overseas. Her short stories have been published in a variety of women’s magazines in the UK and also in Australia. sue johnson

Her first novel ‘Fable’s Fortune’ was published in August 2011. It has received good reviews on Amazon. Her second novel ‘The Yellow Silk Dress’ will be published in early 2013.

‘Creative Alchemy: 12 steps from inspiration to finished novel’ was published in November 2011.

She has also written four booklets in my ‘Writer’s Toolkit’ series, designed to help writers of all levels of ability.

She enjoys running workshops and doing talks for a variety of organisations, and is a Home Study Tutor for Writers’ News Magazine.

Sue lives in the UK.

Her website address is

Twitter @suejohnson9

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