What do you gain from reading eBooks?

digitaltrends.com I promised to balance a previous post on The Joy of a Bookshop with a look at the advantages of reading eBooks, so here it is. Much as I love browsing through bookshops and holding a physical book, turning its pages and enjoying the cover and the scent of the paper, I am currently reading … Continue reading What do you gain from reading eBooks?

Guest Blog Post and eBook Giveaway

This is just a quick post, as I have already posted today. I wanted to let you know that I have written a guest blog post on writing and inspiration over on Jon Rance's website if you would like to have a read. I also wanted to let you know that Take Me to the … Continue reading Guest Blog Post and eBook Giveaway

Writer’s Block: 5 Top Tips for Finding Inspiration

There are those who say 'Don't look for inspiration, just write.' What about the days when you are stuck with a scene that feels clunky or one of your characters doesn't seem consistent or exciting enough. Maybe you are are about to embark on a new book, a first book, a short story, or a … Continue reading Writer’s Block: 5 Top Tips for Finding Inspiration

One of the most effective ways of editing your work

So, you have painstakingly crafted a novel, left it to rest, edited and re-edited. What next? There are many different recommendations for editing, especially during the final stages of your work. Most writers recommend using a different medium, which is more likely to flag up any issues with sentence structure and grammar. You can read … Continue reading One of the most effective ways of editing your work

3 things to remember when editing your book

Leave it to rest Once you have finished your manuscript it's really important to put it down and have a break from your 'world' of characters and plot. If it's a work of non-ficiton this rule still applies. You have spent years, or at the very least months, working on this book and it needs … Continue reading 3 things to remember when editing your book