All posts by Jade Craddock
Green-light your book – Brooke Warner
Those who leave their day job to pursue their indie passions throw themselves into a brave new world...
Love doesn’t mean women’s fiction – Prue Leith
Just because it contains story threads about love, it doesn't mean a book must be categorised as women's...
I’ve written those two glorious words, The End, now what? – Carmel Harrington
Revisions are tough to do without some outside help.
How watching “bad” movies makes me a better writer – Lynn Almengor
We all write crap in early drafts when we’re still figuring out the story.
Writing the book you want to read (even when you’re not an expert in the field) – Sally Hepworth
Read as widely as you can about your topic.
The unconfident writer’s top five tips for starting (and finishing) your first novel – Mary Jayne Baker
An author’s voice is always most authentic when they let it develop in its own way.
My writing day – Susie Steiner
The inner work of the novel goes on, even when the writing day has ended.
After the end – Hazel Gaynor
Finishing a book means letting go of your characters.