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Say Hello to Sarah Wilson

Today on Paws 4 Thought we welcome science fiction author Sarah K. L. Wilson. Tell us a little bit about yourself Sarah.

I’m a thirty-ish writer with a wicked sense of humor and a love for the incredible. 418 more words

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Wow, what a great interview by Debbie Manber Kupfer! Check out her website and her novels while you're reading it!

Crime novel based in Scarborough - launch 29th October

This post is going to be undeniably self-promoting! Despite the dream I had last night.

In my dream I was pregnant and I was wary of telling friends in case they ridiculed or criticised me. 330 more words

Creative Writing

An interview with D M Gordon

The following interview was conducted by Joan Axelrod-Contrada, moderator of the Are You Ready? Submitting to Literary Journals panel at this year’s WriteAngles conference. 629 more words

Writers Conference

Deep Antagonist Characterization

I got pulled aside at a recent conference by someone who was agonizing over her story idea. We talked about it—she had a great idea, just didn’t quite know how to execute it. 810 more words


Write that Book!: 3 Reasons to Write Your Novel

I believe that everyone at some point in their life journey has made the statement, “I think I should write a book.” While many have said it, very few have actually embarked on the task when you think about it in terms of the ratio of said versus done. 837 more words

Creative Writing

How to prepare for National Novel Writing Month 2016

If you’ve been wanting to write a novel, this article is for you. November is just a few days away and it’s time to get serious about writing the novel that’s been stuck in your head forever. 593 more words


That horrible moment when you think the story you're writing has already been written

My troublesome YA novel has been put firmly to one side whilst I’ve been concentrating on my middle grade books. However, it’s always on my mind and now and again, I go back to it to continue formulating a plan of how I’m going to tackle it. 328 more words