Ever wondered whether it’s possible to change from one genre to another without losing your audience? Science writer turned historical novelist Tom Imerito explains how he managed the switch and got the best of both world
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Have you started thinking about NaNoWriMo yet? November isn’t far away, so if you plan on participating this year you should already be considering what, and how, you’re going to write. Who better to get your plotting wheels turning than Johnny B. Truant and Sean Platt in this ALLi podcast.
In a reprise of recent lectures he has given on the subject of Theme and Genre, Irish hybrid author Laurence O’Bryan welcomes the new freedom offered by the indie publishing movement for authors to write what they want to write and what readers truly want to read. Why do some books sell, and others don’t? […]
Choosing to self-publish liberates authors from the need to write within the constraints of fiction genres favoured by trade publishers. English novelist Clare Weiner (pen name Mari Howard) makes a compelling case for defying genre in order to write better books. We’ve bought our coffees, we’ve found a table. Way before her behind touches down […]