Prologues – love ’em or hate ’em? Don’t dismiss them for your own books as outdated or cliched devices until you’ve read this spirited defence of the prologue by indie author and editor Dan Holloway.
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Case study of how Scottish author Ali Bacon decided whether to write fiction or non-fiction about her chosen topic
US indie author Kathryn Guare provides a spirited and heartfelt response to Dr Carol Cooper’s recent post in our Writing strand on the theme of “Write What You Know”. The exhortation to “write what you know” is such a pervasive axiom that it could be stitched into a sampler and mounted on the wall of […]
Australian self-published author Jessica Bell provides a personal case study of how writers targeting small niches may increase the income from their work by embracing other genres, as she has done. She generously shares some impressive sales figures to illustrate her point. I write literary fiction and poetry. And let’s face it, they’re a tough […]