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.
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?
Working out how to be a writer – Gilly Macmillan
You need to get to grips with your ‘brand’ and your ‘package’.
My pretty ugly route to publication – Virginia Franken
Why write reams and reams of unread words and tuck it all away in a drawer?
How a Starbucks latte inspired my YA novel – Leora Krygier
Telling a story about coincidence and fate, love and loss, Moby Dick and whales.