5 Medieval Weapons To Use In Your Next Fantasy Book So often in our favourite fantasy books, we see medieval weapons, or fantasy weapons inspired
What Fantasy Writers Can Learn From Historical Fiction Today I’m delighted to introduce fellow writer and historical fiction lover, Jack Shannon. Jack approached me with
With the upcoming release of my debut novel, the focus of my blog at the moment has switched to author marketing. Over the next weeks
My novel, Pariah’s Lament, is finally finished, and I’m not sure how I feel about it.
My new book, ‘Thoughts On Writing’ is out today! All funds raised from sales are being used to hep those impacted by #COVID19. Please #RT and #share! Your help is massively appreciated! #amwriting #amreading #nonfic #writingcommunity
Today I thought I’d share with you the story of how I came to discover three books that changed my writing forever. I’ll tell you a bit about them too, and why they may be of use to you in your quest to become a better writer.
Thoughts on Writing is now available to pre-order! The release date is a week today, Friday 17th April!
All proceeds will be used to help support those impacted by #coronavirus, from care homes to food banks! #writingcommunity
How do you write nano fiction? Where do you find ideas? Why should you try it? Uncover the answers to all in this episode. Plus, we discuss marketing books, and I talk about my meeting with Raymond E. Feist
Coronavirus craziness has gripped the globe. How can writers make the most of all this free time?
In this episode, Richie discusses a few ways writers can help people in this time of great need, as well as a few ways you can make the most of this abundance of time.
Join me and the OMaM crew today for a Group AMA on r/Fantasy! We’re discussing our work, our experiences writing collaboratively, and our publisher’s new and unique story structure