Member blog by Gavin Fisher A JOURNEY AND CONFESSIONS OF A FICTION WRITER RESEARCH HOOK them or LOSE them, and I’m not talking about fishing here, although that is a good segue into the topic. Let’s say for instance your character is a fisherman… Continue Reading “A JOURNEY AND CONFESSIONS OF A FICTION WRITER – PART 4”
Member Blog by Russell Merrin Writing book reviews is fun First, there is the arrival of the three or four books from the journal I review for – all children’s fiction, information books or Young Adult novels – or the almost always delightful, illustrated… Continue Reading “Writing Book Reviews”
Member Blog by Andy McDermott Breaking Traditions: The Benefits of Using a Self-Publisher Self-publishing has revolutionised the way we read, write, and shop for books. According to some estimates, over a million books were self-published in 2017 in the United States alone, a trend that continues… Continue Reading “Breaking Traditions: The Benefits of Using a Self-Publisher”
Member blog by Gavin Fisher A JOURNEY AND CONFESSIONS OF A FICTION WRITER – PART 2 THE PLOT Are you a PLOTTER or PANTSER? Some of you may have heard these terms used rather loosely while talking to a Fiction Writer about their craft,… Continue Reading “A JOURNEY AND CONFESSIONS OF A FICTION WRITER – PART 2”
Guest blog by Gavin Fisher THE IDEA FOR A GOOD STORY The end, finished, fine, la fin, break out the champagne! No matter what your written language or background is, you have just finished your first draft and you feel on top of the… Continue Reading “A JOURNEY AND CONFESSIONS OF A FICTION WRITER – PART 1”
Guest blog by Selena Jane Why 8? Why not? It’s my favourite number! Many writers speak about the process of writing and publishing, and I’ll no doubt get to that in a later blog, but today I thought I’d share with you the top… Continue Reading “8 harsh lessons I learned AFTER I published my debut novel, Search for the Holy Whale”
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