We Can Make 2018 Better For Indie Authors

Last night I read through Mark Coker's predictions for the indie publishing industry for the next year. If you don't know who he is, he's the founder of the excellent eBook publishers and distributors, Smashwords, who I used to publish A Grey Valentine's. If you haven't read his predictions for the next year, I recommend you go... Continue Reading →

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The Only Essential Writer’s Tools

There's a difference between enjoyable and essential. A few days ago I did a post on my favourite writing tools of 2017and yeah, I love them, but I don't need them. People make a big deal out of things they say they need for writing, like a hot beverage and an intricate outline and a soundscape of... Continue Reading →

My Top Writing Tools Of 2017

I've already said I didn't like 2017 and I haven't changed my mind, but last night I realised despite all the bits I'd rather forget, I still learnt a lot. I joined online writing communities, wrote, edited and self-published my first book and started a blog (the one you're reading right now, surprisingly enough.) I... Continue Reading →

In A Year’s Time…

This post should probably be a reflection on 2017 and then a rundown of some 2018 goals or something, but I don't really want to do it quite like that. I didn't like 2017. There were bright spots, like self-publishing A Grey Valentine's and joining the lovely Instagram writing community, and I'm sure I'm meant to... Continue Reading →

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