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
Is the novel dead? I’m running a poll in response to an article I saw a couple weeks back and I want to hear from the #writingcommunity.
No, I’m not dead. Not yet, anyway.
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
Sometimes the ideas dry up. Trump’s Wall blocks out creativity and all you can do is lament. A terrific solution to those droughts, I’ve found, is art
I see many people seeking guidance on how long their novels and stories should be. Having compiled lists of publishers of short and long fantasy fiction I’ve noticed a few trends.
This article looks at the lengths publishers seek for fiction in their various forms: micro, flash, short, novelettes, novellas, and novels. But it begins with a few words of caution.
Another interesting collection of articles for you this week, featuring signs you’re a master writer, the Hugo Awards nominees for 2018, blogging lessons, and 55 grammar rules. Thank you, bloggers, for the helpful content!
A quick update post.
I’ve finished some much-needed maintenance to a couple of pages.
For this week’s instalment of Fantasy Friday, I’m delighted to introduce fantasy author Jesper Schmidt. Jesper runs AmWritingFantasy.com along with Autumn Birt. He’s a world-building and mapmaking genius and I could think of no better person to give an insight into the world of cartography!