8th February 2018 Even when you’re writing about a topic, place, person, or time you feel you know fairly well, you need to ensure that there is a degree of accuracy throughout your book. Of course, fiction allows for poetic licence, but establishing some solid facts can help ground your writing, and even in some cases, nurture it … Continue reading Conducting Primary Research for your Writing
8th February 2018 There are many reasons that you may suffer from ‘writer’s block’ or ‘writer’s anxiety’, but when it grasps you with its cold, halting hand, you’ll want to be free of it as quickly as possible. After all, when progress is hindered, you may never finish that book – and it does nothing for productivity or … Continue reading Writer’s Block: What To Do?
6th February 2018 Procrastination is a human habit and one that all of us fall prey to at one point in time. However, when procrastination kicks in and puts you off your writing, you can quickly find yourself never finishing that book. This is not a situation you should let yourself be in, particularly when a bestseller could … Continue reading Writer’s ruin: How to Avoid Procrastination
24th January 2018 Far from the stereotype of a trashy easy read on a sunbed, romance is a rich and diverse genre with a wide-ranging audience and an appeal that reaches many. If you’re looking to write romance fiction, then you’ll soon discover that this genre is often underestimated and not as easy to create as many writers … Continue reading Advice on Writing a Romantic Fiction Book
23rd January 2018 Writing historical fiction can be a tricky feat; combining your imagination with the authenticity of the time period in order to keep the story believable and engaging. It’s doable though, with the right balance of research and creativity. There’s lots of ways to give your book a positive boost – and we advise you on … Continue reading Historical Fiction Writing Tips
23rd January 2018 One of the biggest changes for writers of non-fiction books has been the dawn of the internet. No longer are writers restricted to academia or textbooks for research, and they can often find or obtain information on their chosen subject much more quickly and easily. Non-fiction writers can now often write and publish their book … Continue reading The Best Advice for Non-Fiction Writers
9th January 2018 Starting out in writing is exciting, and being an aspiring novelist is full of promise and ambition. However, as with all of life’s joys, the initial motivation can quickly turn to despair when you’re faced with a clean desk and a blank page. Writing fiction is complex, multi-layered, and ambitious. Yet, fret not, fellow writers! … Continue reading Writing Tips for New Authors