Do you know the difference between a Foreword, a Preface and an Introduction? I didn't either until I found an excellent article on the web.
Baking with Kaka is a great book, especially if you're a writer and an avid reader.
If you're too tired to write, AND you wear glasses, maybe this is the solution. One of these days I'll learn, and I'm hoping this post will serve as a reminder -- to myself!
I recently tried my hand at a completely different form of writing. So what did I learn from the experience?
Some people say "of course creative writing can be taught", while others say the opposite. I take a slightly more nuanced view.
More lovely photos -- and free to use too!
My preferred method when it comes to writing books won't appeal to everyone, but I thought it might be of interest to some writers. It's based on the principal of specialisation of labour -- the 'labour' in this case being computer applications rather than people.
If you have a tonne of books, what's the best way of organising them? Here are a few suggestions.
Today is National Writing Day!
Information about my ebook, Education Conferences, plus where to buy it on Kobo.
Where to have coffee and buy books in Hampstead, London.
How to read a book a week.
All freelance writing success is a mixture of luck and hard work -- especially hard work. I came across a good article by travel blogger Rachel Jones about what's involved.
It's always difficult to get the balance right between hard sell and soft sell. Joe Coleman's website allows you to choose your own level of (dis)comfort!
A fifth of Americans never make a backup apparently, according to a recent survey.
Here's a handy tool for analysing your Kindle ebook sales.
What I learnt on the last day of the London Book Fair 2017.
Imagine ditching 20,000 words of your novel! Insights from Rosanna Ley, Cally Taylor, Gabriel Mercer, Jessica Bell and others.
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