My terrifying timeline

Do I dare? Do I dare put dates and deadlines to what I'm trying to achieve, and have to acknowledge publicly when I miss or make those targets? Is my book, my weird Young Adult Arthurian Genderfluid Fantasy Coming Of Age novel really going to become accountable? Yeah, why not? Chris Baty is big on accountability.... Continue Reading →

Like the plague: why you should avoid writing groups

I’ve followed Joanna Penn for a little while now and found her website and its writing resources very helpful. So the chance to hear her advice on publishing, specifically self publishing, at the SPS summit in June was too good to miss. Everything she said was relevant and informative, but one thing leapt out. She... Continue Reading →

Scrivener and Joseph Michael – 9 tips from the Scrivener Expert!

I recently attended several sessions of Chandler Bolt's online writing conference, the Self Publishing Success Summit.  All the sessions I watched were excellent, offering high quality advice from experienced authors. One session though, offered even more - the tutorial given by Joseph Michael, AKA Scrivener Guy. Joseph gave us an hour of highly-condensed video tutorial... Continue Reading →

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