My definition of a successful writer: those who work on their craft consistently, and never give up on their writing dream, even as the rejection pile threatens to overload their inbox. They’re successful, because they don’t give up.
Just because you’re on a break doesn’t mean that your content has to be. By following these five simple rules, you can still get your content working hard for you over Christmas.
The US election is over. Donald Trump is the president-elect of the USA. Whatever your thoughts on this and however you voted, I’m a firm believer in learnings. And here’s what I’ve learnt from watching and following Trump’s presidential campaign and why I believe writers can learn from him too.
They had every intention of finishing the book on time. Seriously, they did. But Twitter happened. As did Instagram. And Pinterest. Not forgetting Etsy… Read more to find out the 26 things that probably happened to the author when they were writing the book you’re reading
A practical, no-frills guide to writing like a ninja novelist. No gimmicks, just straight talk covering the essentials: characterisation, dialogue, plot development and MORE. Also comes with practical writing exercises and templates to help you apply what you learn in the book to your own work.