Category Archive: Writer Tips

The Character Tests

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It’s Time to Get Writing

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Would you like to mingle with literary agents? Sip tea alongside authors? Shoulder-brush against people in the know about publishing? And generally meet other wonderful, hard-working, and down-to-earth writers? Did I hear a… Continue reading

Lucky Number 2013

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Written by Desiree Fischer @TheWritingDes   2012 has proved to be a difficult year for me but it instilled me with a fighting spirit…  I hope 13 will be my lucky number! 1.… Continue reading

2013 HERE I COME!

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Post by Stephanie Roundsmith Do you still write? Not as much as I’d like but 2013 is the year for change! When I do write I absolutely love it and find myself buried… Continue reading

Crime Thriller Girl looks forward to 2013

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Do you still write? Absolutely! Every day. Whether it’s a blog post, a new scene, a character outline or some editing, I make sure I spend time each day to write. Usually that… Continue reading

Natalie James reflects on writing in 2012

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[1] Do you still write? I do, but not the genre I was writing in the beginning of 2012.  I’ve moved from women’s fiction to thriller. It was a surprise to me to… Continue reading

Flickimp Reflects on Writing in 2012

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  [1] Do you still write? Absolutely – and I wouldn’t have it any other way. Do you know the feeling of taking the cap off a cold bottle of coke, and then… Continue reading

An Interview with Roger. J. Ellory

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Post by: Stephanie Roundsmith In April 2010, whilst attending a writing event in York, I had the pleasure of meeting one of the greatest crime fiction writers in the current market: Roger J.… Continue reading

What Do All Writers Sacrifice?

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Every writer makes a sacrifice. And I do mean every . . . even those that are selling bestsellers and have enough in their kitty to go crazy on Amazon without double-checking their… Continue reading

Why we need more Sci Fi in YA

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At roughly the 5 to 6-year mark, I saw Star Wars: Episode IV for the first time. It changed my perception of reality and how greater things awaited me beyond Peter and Jane,… Continue reading