From women’s fiction to romance… and back! – Pamela Hearon
Central to the book lay the story of a woman’s journey.
Five ways to be a professional writer (without losing your marbles) – Anna Snoekstra
Write the story that makes you want to keep coming back to your computer.
Edit, edit, edit – Rachel Hore
Is your book the best that you can make it?
How a Starbucks latte inspired my YA novel – Leora Krygier
Telling a story about coincidence and fate, love and loss, Moby Dick and whales.
Driven by dreams: my writing process – Meredith First
One trick is to play music from the year being written about.
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.