Hello and welcome to August! I know, here already! Just picked this little gem from my TBR pile and I wasn’t disappointed. It’s classifed as fiction, but it’s more like romantic fiction. I could offer a spoiler here, but I won’t! A Rural Affair Welcome to the world of Poppy Shilling a mother of twoContinue reading “A Rural Affair by Catherine Alliott – A Book Review”
Hello and welcome from London. And in keeping with the onset of autumn, you know, where the nights are longer and you may soon need an extra log on the fire (certainly here in England), I have got something for you romance fiction lovers.
Those of you who are familiar with the American fiction writer Dean Koontz will know his books can only be described as dark thrillers or out-and-out horrors! Dean Koontz is certainly not the one to read if you want a quiet read before bedtime!
So you are writing your brilliant novel. Agents and publishers would be crazy to reject it. Sounds great doesn’t it? While I cannot personally guarantee how well your novel will be received by anyone, one thing is certain, a good subplot will increase your books chances of success.
So you are writing your first novel. You have worked out your characters, plot and conflict. This process could take sometime because creative writing is an art and not a science, therefore individual writers have different approaches to writing fiction.
Hello and welcome from a chilly London! I trust your writing is going well!
Let me ask you a question! Of all the fiction you have read over the years, what book or books stand out the most?
For those of us who will not be going on a summer holiday this year, here’s a great idea. Why not kick back, relax and take in a movie or two!
Here is a list of 12 things that will guarantee you’ll never get published! Pick your nose as you gaze out of the window, when you should be writing! Fall asleep over your keyboard! Be the owner of one book! Write rarely or rarer than that! Write only when inspired! Do absolutely no research for your creative writingContinue reading “12 Things That Mean You Will Never Get Published!”
Have you ever thought about what makes a good novel? So you are in your local library or bookshop