I’ve finished and edited Drift. So, I’m now deciding what to do next with it: Traditional Publishing: I’ve been considering Literary Agents to query that specialise in YA Fiction, especially Fantasy. Self Publishing: I’ve been considering editors and cover artists and toying with the idea of self publishing. Competitions: A new avenue, I’ve been considering… Continue reading YA Fiction Competitions
I went on the Sunday. I was so excited leading up to it that I didn’t sleep and I was shattered. Somehow, once I got there, my energy came back and I had an awesome time. We got to the outskirts of London at around 9am. The tube took 1.5 hours to Earls Cross. They… Continue reading YALC 2017 – Did you go?
Top That Publishing shared an insightful introduction into Children’s Picture Books and what to do if you are a writer or an illustrator wanting to make it in this industry.
A great article on whether you should restrain yourself to writing just one genre.
Alwyn told us that originally Rebel in the Sands was intended as a stand alone novel but once she reached 80,000 words and was nowhere near finished, she realised that she’d have to break the story up.
How to write dialogue. Learning from my mistakes, I share how to do this correctly.
Like many, my dream has always been to become a published writer. Through this website, I plan to blog my writing experiences on my journey, which hopefully will lead to success.