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‘Prepare for disappointment and don’t be afraid to change direction’

It took a seismic shift of direction and a lot of disappointment before Emily Henry achieved success as an author. The 32-year-old has sold more than 2.4 million books and three of her most recent contemporary romance novels are being turned into big-budget films. But the Cincinnati-based writer’s journey has been far from straight-forward, and … Continue reading ‘Prepare for disappointment and don’t be afraid to change direction’

How To Write A Crime Novel

The crime novel genre has long fascinated readers with its gripping narratives, intriguing mysteries, and complex characters. If you’re an aspiring writer with a passion for suspense and crime-solving, embarking on the journey of crafting a crime novel can be a rewarding experience. In this blog, PublishNation will explore some essential tips to guide you … Continue reading How To Write A Crime Novel

Award winning Peter Akroyd recommends avoiding pigeon-holes

One of Britain’s most versatile and trusted writers believes research is the key for anyone wanting to produce books that matter. Peter Ackroyd is an award-winning biographer, best-selling novelist, celebrated historian, engaging essayist, talented poet, and respected journalist. As well as being one of Britain’s most prolific authors, the 73-year-old is definitely one of the … Continue reading Award winning Peter Akroyd recommends avoiding pigeon-holes

Following the unpredictable Matt Haig

Matt Haig is rightly regarded as one of the modern era’s most adaptable and imaginative writers. His novels leave critics weak at the knees, his children’s books are met with whoops of delight, and his personal non-fiction books are, well, personal and deeply insightful. However, the 45-year-old doesn’t believe there’s any real secret to his … Continue reading Following the unpredictable Matt Haig