Ever been asked by a friend or relation to ghostwrite their memoir? Professional ghostwriter John Lynch offers candid advice that may make you think again before taking on this “thankless task”! Worth reading in case it ever happens to you!
Author Archive | John Lynch
Whether you’re a planner or a pantser, you’ll find John Lynch’s review of the Plottr plotting tool may help you turn out more flowing, flawless stories faster.
Drawing his top tips from decades of experience as an author, ghostwriter and traveller, John Lynch is a brilliant role model for indie authors everywhere.
Novelist John Lynch defines the narrative arc and talks about the classic three- or five-act structure. Do you use it? Should you?
No matter how your books are published, whether self-published or by a traditional publishing company, only a small minority of authors are able to earn their keep simply by writing fiction. While many stick with their day jobs to supplement the income from their books, diversifying into other forms of writing is common – a […]
Today’s succinct Opinion post comes from a man with a reputation for handselling his books wherever he is on his extensive travels as a professional salesman, e.g. while refuelling his car on the way to a literary festival! Go on, John Lynch, sell us your perspective on selling… I’ve been a salesman most of my […]
British indie author John Lynch generously shares the best writing advice he ever received, learned at the outset of his self-publishing journey: the importance of learning how to write succinctly. 33 years ago I received the best writing lesson I’ve ever been given – and it didn’t cost me a penny. In fact, I made […]