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.
Going your own way – Brandi Megan Granett
How to develop a daily practice of writing.
This thing we do – Marybeth Mayhew Whalen
It’s both a compulsion and the thing we spend entire days avoiding doing.
A good idea is not enough: five tips for plotting – Leigh Himes
Remember to follow the principle of Chekov’s gun.
Doing it the hard way – Gill Paul
Average rate of pay? Probably 37 pence an hour.
How to bake a novel – Louise Miller
Lessons from the kitchen.