Five years ago today, I decided to self-publish my first crime novel, Taunting the Dead. I didn’t do any marketing. I just uploaded the book and wrote a blog post about it, announcing why I had decided to self-publish.
My poor neglected blog… and here is the reason. Since the release of The Girls Next Door last month, it’s been a little hectic as I’ve been editing the next book in the series. And here it is… Don’t Look
How I Use Screenwriting Tricks to Write a Novel Ever since I could remember, I struggled with conventional writing advice about having a beginning, middle and end. There was something intrinsically terrifying about that humungous bit called ‘the middle’ that
I sat down to write this post to talk about the London Book Fair 2016. I was going to mention the fantastic panels that went on for three days, the atmosphere in and around the Author HQ, the people I spoke
I shall be away from my desk this week, as I’m taking part in various panels, guest appearances and generally hanging around with Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing and some of the authors at London Book Fair 2016, Olympia. We’re on
This week’s Writing on Wednesday post is by Caroline Mitchell. Caroline is the author of the DS Jennifer Knight series, the third of which, THE SILENT TWIN, is out on 15 April, and is currently working on a new series. I meet