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The Stone Keeps Rolling

When you’ve been working on a novel close to a year, in those final weeks when you’re nearing completion of the first draft you begin to fantasise about all the other ideas waiting on the other side. 604 more words

Knowing your Target Audience

If you don’t know what your target audience is it’s the group of people who are going to be reading your work, or the group of people you want to read your work. 276 more words

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A Finished Novel is not a Done Novel

You may feel that after finishing writing your first draft of your novel that you are done. But that is not true. Its called the first draft for a reason. 287 more words

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EX/WHI :: Part Two

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It will soon be insufferably hot in this confined, concrete space: Agent Bishop’s forced to find a CD of Oakenfold dance tracks as entertainment, because there’s no DAB signal in the car park. 689 more words

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Summertime & Keeping it Real

When there’s deep snow to slog through, I complain. When it rains for weeks on end, I complain. When hot sun arrives and pushes the thermometer up past the 30C degree mark, I complain. 372 more words


The Opening is Everything

When writing a novel you will find that the opening is everything. And sure it is not the most important that goes to the cover followed by the synopsis. 251 more words

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Research before Writing

One thing that most writers know, or at least should know is that you should research before you begin writing.

Even if you think you know everything on the subject of something you should still double-check. 213 more words

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