Why some writers seem to get worse with every novel – Karin Gillespie
A person with beginner’s mind is curious and playful and daring.
When is it time to move on: testing and enhancing your fiction-writing wings – Herta Feely
Now that you’ve learned so much, you’re ready to tackle your next work.
It’s the name of the game – Lesley Allen
What happens when your character name belongs to someone you know.
The voice of doom – Joanna Bolouri
The perils of envy, fear, sabotage and self-doubt.
Who knew redundancy could be so much fun – Phil Parker
Out of a job, suddenly words flowed for this duo.
Laughter: a gift and a curse to the obsessed writer – David Lamb
Three tips for injecting humour into your story.
Sex sells in chick lit… it depends – Maha Erwin
Do you like your racier scenes hot, steamy, mild or sweet?
The power of the critique group – Emily Brett
Authors must be open to having their work evaluated by someone on the outside.