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Editor Scott Pack’s Top Tips

This is just one reason why Twitter has huge value for writers. Editor Scott Pack ( @meandmybigmouth)  of Unbound tweeted this thread of wisdom and solid gold editorial tips –...

Writing Historical Crime Fiction by M.J. Tjia
Posted by M.J. Tjia in , .

As a crime fiction reader, I have always loved finding a new crime series to follow. This is probably why I always meant for my crime novels, featuring courtesan-sleuth Heloise...

Writing that second book by Sharon Thompson
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Some of you may be screaming at me right now. ‘‘Writing a second book? I’d be happy if I could get one flamin’ book published!’  Trust me, I thought that too, but...

(Almost) Everything I Know About Writing Techniques by C.L. Taylor
Posted by C.L. Taylor in , .

As a self-proclaimed fan of ‘how to write’ books, there can’t be many writing techniques I haven’t either read about or used myself.  There are some writers who turn their...

What’s in a Place? Kiss Me Kill Me by J.S. Carol
Posted by J.S. Carol in , .

  One of the first things I need to work out at the start of a new novel is where it’s going to be set. Choosing the location is important...

Crime Fiction: The Purpose of an Inquest by R.C. Bridgestock
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RC Bridgestock is the name that husband and wife co-authors Robert (Bob) and Carol Bridgestock write under. Between them they have nearly 50 years of police experience, offering an authentic...

Crime Fiction: The Purpose of a Post-Mortem by R.C. Bridgestock
Posted by RC Bridgestock in , .

RC Bridgestock is the name that husband and wife co-authors Robert (Bob) and Carol Bridgestock write under. Between them they have nearly 50 years of police experience, offering an authentic...

Reasons To Be Cheerful: Ideal Love by Alice Burnett
Posted by Alice Burnett in , .

Writing is a great job in many ways. You can do it in bed, it isn’t weather dependent, the only back-breaking part is forgetting to do your yoga, you don’t...

Overcoming Writer’s Block by Helen Moorhouse
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Have you ever had the nightmare where you’re doing your Leaving Cert again? You’re sitting at your desk, prepared – you’ve got this. Except you don’t. All around you other students...

Writing ‘The End’ is Only the Beginning by Carmel Harrington
Posted by Carmel Harrington in , .

I’m currently writing my seventh novel, with a deadline hurtling towards me at great speed. Right now, I’m somewhere between the stage of wailing in despair that the end is...

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