It’s that time of year when we look back and wonder, “What the hell have I done with the past year?”
I’m hosting an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session over on Reddit’s r/Fantasy today to promote Flying on the Ground, my collection of short fiction which came
The podcast market is huge and growing. Making a #podcast has never been more simple or accessible and this presents writers with brilliant opportunities to reach new audiences. In this quick guide, I talk you through everything you need to do to get your voice out there and heard.
AFWH has been out for 2 weeks and I’ve at last had a chance to reflect on the experience. Here are 5 things I’ve learned, from pre-order campaigns to managing expectations
The paperback version of A Fantasy Writers’ Handbook is now available to buy! Ahead of the official release date of Wednesday 12th June, I’ve decided
Today I’m delighted to introduce Savannah Cordova, a talented writer with Reedsy. Savannah has tackled a topic I follow both with interest and despair.
My website and the blog I decided to create helped get me my first book deal. That’s what a website can do, and it’s why this article by Robert Mening is well worth a read
A look back at a 2018 filled with twists and turns, and a glance into the hazy future of 2019
Writing can be like a game of snakes and ladders. You inch your way toward the top, only for a snake to appear and banish you to the pits of misery. That’s how it feels, anyway.
What is the magic formula for success?
Today I present a guest post by Ed White, writer of fantasy and science fiction. It’s these two genres that his article focuses on, discussing their origins, their very essence, and, as Ed puts it, ‘the legion’ of sub-genres that have developed to make these genres two of the most exciting, inspirational and forward-thinking of all.