All posts by Jade Craddock
My five writing rules – Lis Wiehl
The first cut hurts the most.
Writing what I’d like to see as a reader – Lucy Scala
Be inspired by the books you have read.
Writing on the road: finding inspiration in new places – Phyllis J. Piano
How to get it done when there are so many temptations to leave your writing behind.
Overcoming impostor syndrome as a debut author – Susan Bishop Crispell
Don’t discount all of your hard work.
Knowing when to quit – Rory Dunlop
If they don't like it, what then?
To all the jobs I’ve had before – Leah Mercer
A varied career has provided invaluable material and research.
Stop comparing yourself, or: The Ballad of Dave Eggers
When you're not the best writer in the class.
Three things people wrongly assume when you’re writing a novel – Zoe Howe
Put your heart into what you’re doing and try to ignore the negative side.