Images can be quite useful for sparking off the imagination, so I thought I’d post photos or drawings when I can, for people to use as prompts if they wish. Let me know if you do!
UPDATED! This book, which has received 19 five star reviews on Amazon, is available for just 49 pence for one week only. Read on to find out how to obtain the discount.
UPDATED! There are many brilliant-sounding sessions at the London Book Fair this year. Here are the ones which appeal to me, plus a free download.
As far as I’m concerned, it’s important for writers to become acquainted with other aspects of their craft, and to explore areas that are not immediately perceived to be “relevant”.
What a lovely problem to have: so much work that you need some assistance keeping track! In my forthcoming Journalist’s Toolkit course I’ll be looking at a range of options.
Does a writer need to have enjoyed a 100% success rate when querying editors in order to teach others how to query? Hopefully not!
It’s all very well being able to write, but what about how we write, that is the tools we use? There is a fascinating exhibition coming in London in April 2019 that explores this.
Once again this year, the London Book Fair will run awards for book bloggers, bookstagrammers and book tubers. This article gives links to the brilliant people who won the awards in 2018.
There are many ways, in many countries, in which a writer can get into serious trouble. This article outlines some of them. Based on a talk and panel discussion at the London Book Fair 2018.