All posts by Jade Craddock
A mental health connection: the quickest way to your reader’s heart – Jonathan Friesen
Author's Tourette syndrome provides a unique vantage point from which to write about the world.
What do ANY of us have to say? A writer’s neurosis – Anna Mansell
Don’t stick rigid to a single way to achieve your ambition.
The Secrets of Bletchley Park – Rhys Bowen
These young women’s heroic stories can finally be told.
Writing by the seat of your pants: best avoided or learn to live with – Jennifer Bohnet
Why you should talk to your computer.
‘What will my mother say?’: The lowdown on sex scenes in fiction – Toni Jordan
They enable the writer to show characters as they truly are.
How my work as a B&B owner inspired my latest novel – Suellen Dainty
You would be amazed by how much you can discover about people when you’re cleaning their rooms.
Write what you want to write – Stephanie Elliot
Write about what you care about, what interests you.
Be prepared to listen to feedback – Kerry Fisher
You need to be open to constructive criticism.