Tag: writing advice

Five Things I Wish I Had Known Before I Started To Write (Crime) Fiction

Five Things I Wish I Had Known Before I Started To Write (Crime) Fiction

By Tony Knighton 1. You don’t need to ask permission. I’ve always been a reader. I thought about writing something of my own, most often while reading stories or books that were poorly written, but for decades I didn’t. Once I got around to it, I realized I’d been waiting for someone or something to […]

5 Things I Wish I Had Known Before Writing a Novel with a Female Protagonist

The Inspiration for my Latest WIP by Chris Roy

by Chris Roy 1. I wish I had known the difficulties in writing first-person vs. third-person POV, female. The very first female character I created was in a collection of short stories titled By Hook or Crook: the criminal ventures of Razor and Blondie. The point of view was third-person, with Razor as the main […]

How to Deal with a Terrible Case of the Writing Blahs!

Five Things I Wish I Had Known About Marketing Before I Published My First Book

By Andrea Hintz (Author of and Perception and Deception) There comes a time in every writer’s career when they face the most disorienting and frustrating time that they could possibly imagine. You have heard the phrase before: writer’s block. This could be because you are becoming bored with your writing or you have suddenly become drained […]

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