Writing on vacation – what should the indie author pack to make the most of their holidays? Should you even write on vacation at all? ALLi authors share their holiday writing habits.
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Rules for genre writing – are they a useful guide or a constraint? As indies, to what extent should we follow the rules, or steer our own course? Thriller writer Philip Hilton considers.
1 simple top tip to increase your writing output: learn to touch type! Debbie Young explains why and how, and urges you to take the plunge if you haven’t already done so.
Are you a beginning author who needs advice about writing tools, styles and challenges? In their first Beginner’s Self-Publishing Salon Broadcast Jay Artale and Michael La Ronn share their different insights about writing from a fiction and non-fiction perspective.
An entertaining list of classic blunders spotted by editors at line-editing stage, with reasons why indie authors should engage trusted editors, plus a list of links to three other invaluable posts about types of editing and how to use them to make your book the best it can be
Ever fancied writing a memoir – or been asked to ghostwrite someone else’s? Then read Belinda Pollard ‘s top tips.
Do you use Word for Windows for writing or formatting your books? Check out these top tips to make it easier.
This post demonstrates the power of self-publishing in changing authors’ lives – Grace Allison explains how it saved hers
Ever wondered what it means to be a Writer in Residence? Read Sarah Banham’s inspiring case study.
What’s the relationship between plot and character? Olaf Wielk of Beemgee explains their inter-relationship.