If you sign with a traditional publisher you need to be ready to take an active part in your book’s marketing.This workshop is for any fiction writer wanting to learn more about the traditional publication process and how to prepare to collaborate with your marketing team to give your books the best possible push.
How do writers know what to write about? Where do they get their ideas? Not by some winged inspiration fairy whispering in their ears, that’s for sure. How to overcome the fear of writing the ‘wrong’ thing
Making writing your goal for 2024? Here’s some advice for very busy people trying to be writers, too. Progress, not perfection!
Although a novel is the creation of its author, it often benefits from broader influences; a team of experts, a community of peers, and lots of feedback that shaped their creation.
As a professional writer, I often face deadlines that seem impossible to meet. In this blog, I share some of the techniques that help me cope with the pressure.
Ideal for new writers and those who have written short fiction, this high-end value and support can help you get your book out into the world. You don’t have to struggle for years on your own or put off your writing because you don’t know how to start.
Here’s something that gets you from beginner fiction writer to published author. Find out more about this end-to-end support for new writers, from idea to publishing.
Want to write a book, but don’t have the time? Here’s some advice for anyone who wants to write a book… but isn’t. Make today the day you make a start on a bestselling novel!
Looking for help to write better fiction? Here’s why accountability groups for writers might not work for you – and what you should try instead.
My writers get the best and I am totally unashamed to say so. Here’s why I’ve realised that I’m a triple threat when it comes to helping writers work on their craft.
Everyone can tell stories. So why aren’t you writing? Here’s some advice for new writers on how to get started and become the writer you have dreamed of being!
Caring about what others think about your writing isn’t a bad thing, but worrying about it is. How can you source valuable feedback which helps develop your skills and build confidence in your writing?