Nicola Morgan is the author of around ninety books for all ages, fiction and non-fiction. To writers she is known for the no-nonsense expert advice in her blog, Help! I Need a Publisher! and her highly acclaimed book for writers, Write to be Published, as well as Tweet Right – The Sensible Person’s Guide to […]
Edward Hogan is the author of Blackmoor, his first novel which was shortlisted for the was shortlisted for the Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award, the Dylan Thomas Prize and won the Desmond Elliot Prize. His second novel, The Hunger Trace, was published earlier this year and his first YA book, Daylight Saving […]
One day, aspiring author, Jane Travers, had a great idea – to collect 140-character recipes via Twitter, put them in a book and give all the proceeds to charity. That book is called Tweet Treats and is published by O’Brien Press. You can buy Tweet Treats right now from Amazon. I had a chat with […]
Novelist and creative writing tutor, Conor Kostick, talks about his new novel, EDDA, whether you can teach creative writing and how we can all crack on and finish our novels. Some great advice, folks.
One of the UK’s most successful children’s authors, Julia Donaldson gives us an insight into being a bestselling writer and offers some sound advice to those of you submitting work to publishers.