I’ve just published my tenth book. When I started writing in 2013, I would not have believed, five years later, that I would have been able to write as much. Though the ten are diverse – a novel trilogy, two romantic novellas, a standalone novel, a play, two erotic books and a book of short… Continue reading Writing as therapy
There are SO many self-publishing companies out there now, and for authors looking to self-publish, choosing a provider is an absolute minefield. However, I've just found something that tells you where all the mines are. This brilliant list from the Alliance of Independent Authors includes lots of companies I've heard of and many I haven't.… Continue reading Best and Worst Self-Publishing Companies
The walk to work had never been so much fun. Yeah, it's the same road, the same buildings and slowly completed extensions. The same people heading to the same places. Recently for me, though, it became way more interesting. My wife has been listening to podcasts for months, trying to convince me to try several,… Continue reading Best Podcasts for Writers
She's done it again! After winning the Farnham Flash Festival fiction competition earlier this year, Rushmoor Writers' Jennifer Riddalls has just gone and won the Retreat West flash fiction competition with a new story, Lumpen. Well done Jenni — again! You can read Lumpen here.
Rushmoor Writers' C.R. Berry has won a place on the shortlist of the Grindstone Literary International Novel Competition 2018. He entered the first 3,000 words of his work-in-progress novel, Scuzzling, a conspiracy thriller with religious themes set in a fantasy world. The opening of Scuzzling is set to be published in a forthcoming Grindstone Literary anthology. Congrats C.R!… Continue reading C.R. Berry gets shortlisted in the Grindstone Literary novel competition