Do you ever write by hand these days? T E Shepherd makes an eloquent case for the place of the pen in the indie author’s toolbox.
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“To lose one parent, Mr Worthing, may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose both looks like carelessness.” Oscar Wilde’s immortal line, put into the mouth of his character Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest, is what sprang to my mind when I checked my email inbox at the weekend and saw, for […]
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 […]
As writers all over the world report on the results of their NaNoWriMo, ALLi blog editor Debbie Young proposes NoPCMo for December – a month of stepping away from the computer to engage with real life. Towards the end of November, I had a technological crisis. Both my PC and my netbook ground to a […]