Today I’m talking with Michael C Bland, who writes science fiction novels that imagine a possible future. Tell us something about your books. The Price of Safety is a science fiction novel set 30 years in the future where technology is so interwoven in people’s lives that no crime goes unsolved. When Dray Quintero’s nineteen-year-old daughter […]
Tag: writing craft
I’m working on a new series right now, and if there’s one thing I’ve learned about hooking readers into a series, it’s that the characters make all the difference. OK, so compelling plots will keep people turning the pages. Great prose will stop them writing one-star reviews criticizing use of commas. And you need a […]
How do you find the perfect writing process? I’ve been experimenting.
Happy New Year! I hope you had an awesome 2019 for writing and selling books. I had some concrete goals: To publish five books. To sell 10,000 books, ten times more than in 2018. Here’s how I did: I published four full length books and one shorter book. I also published two box sets. I […]
Sacha Black on why she chose to be indie published and the power of lamp posts
Who would you cast if your novel was made into a movie?
Claire Wingfield talks about how her debut novel was inspired by her own travel.
Reading in your genre and the rhythm of writing: interview with Justin Lee Anderson, Fantasy author
Interview with Rachel Walkley, author of women’s fiction and magical tales about family secrets.
Which do you prefer: writing or editing?