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 […]
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Trying to decide whether to give Scrivener a try for your writing project? Here’s how I use it.
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?
How to get your book as good as it can be before submission to an agent or publication, whether you’re self published or with a publisher.
Plotting vs pantsing, the importance of an editor and why series are so important – Daniel Parsons tells me about his writing process.
Fitting writing around life can be tough. Follow these steps to fit writing a novel around your job, family, or social life.
Anna Sayburn Lane writes mystery thrillers with a historical twist – the thinking person’s Dan Brown! Here she chats to me about her writing process and inspiration.
In the blog’s first author interview, I chat to Anna Stephens, fantasy author, about her writing process.