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.
Here’s the thing. Being a writer is not the easiest thing to do. It’s lonesome, and can be unrewarding.
Horror fiction, what’s happened to it? I was wondering about it recently, and thought I can’t be the only one, can I?
Why VIRGOS make good writers!
Let’s presume you are serious about becoming a published author. It doesn’t matter if you self-publish or you go the traditional route. The point is still the same. So what does it really take? Let’s take a look.
I don’t know about you but I read books mainly for entertainment and relaxation. But another reason I read books and lots of them is
I won’t beat around the bush today. This is me your favourite blogger (I hope) talking about myself. Yes folks, I am referring to that
Okay, so you have an idea for a brilliant story. You are all rearing to go, fingers twitching over the keyboards and hey presto, you have completed let’s just say, a first draft.
You didn’t think I wasn’t coming back did you? You should have more faith! Well, it was not exactly a brilliant summer, and it went by way too quickly. Aside from a bad back