We're kicking off this week with a succinct post about one self-published author's approach to her writing. When Scottish novelist Fiona Cameron drew an analogy between writing and jewellery making on our Facebook page (one of the ALLI-members-only privileges), her…
Used to using Word for your writing but wondering whether it's worth giving Scrivener a try? Let Alison Clifford tell you why she's glad she's made the switch - which was much easier than she thought!
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.
Michael La Ronn and Jay Artale extoll the virtues of the indie author triangle of success: the right mindset, effective writing tools that work for you, and a consistent support network. In this podcast they share how to use these three elements to create a strong foundation to build your indie author goals upon.
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.
A fascinating introduction to a new writing analysis service that helps you match your manuscript to the bestsellers in its intended genre. New Zealand novelist Katherine Hayton plays guinea pig with the chillingly named SCARE system.