When Dickens sat down to create and write, he was faced with far fewer distractions than we are. But, he also had less to help him. Sure, he could go hang out with Yates and
Finished that novel? Amazing – so what’s next? Yup – you want it to be published. You’ll see two types of author, those who have been traditionally published, and those who have self-published. Which is
Oh, it’s a tricky question. There you are, waiting patiently for your response from the agent/publisher you have contacted, and suddenly, you start to wonder… ‘Did they receive my email?’ ‘Is it professional to chase
Welcome writer! Do you ever sit down to write and find that instead you’ve spent an hour researching? Well, here’s a little writer’s hack from the mines of my writing brain to limit that issue
What stops a writer from wanting to share their work? It certainly isn’t the prospect of having a novel on the shelf, because that’s something the majority of writers aspire to. No, it’s something else.
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