Fact and Fiction: The Trouble with Historical Novels Writer of historical fiction, Richard Blake, on some of the less obvious pitfalls for writers of historical fiction. If you describe anything as “the worst thing that can happen,” it probably isn’t. Whatever you care to imagine, there’s usually something worse. But one of the worst things […]Read more "April Links"
It’s release day for Me and My Big Mouth, a m/m contemporary romance short from JMS Books. Part of the Men at Work series. Me and My Big Mouth Max Sagan’s mouth is always getting him in trouble. His special talent for saying the wrong thing at the wrong time to the wrong person makes […]Read more "Me and My Big Mouth Release Day"
The contest is now closed – congratulations to the winner Shirley Ann Speakman. Come back next month for another contest! Want to win an ebook or paperback? Here’s your chance. How it works. I’ll post the list below, specifying if they are print or ebook. Enter a comment below and say what you’d like to […]Read more "April Lucky 7th Giveaway Contest – now closed"
I kind of got a strop on and decided 150 books as a target for the year is unreasonable and reading is not meant to be a competitive thing and 100 books in a year is more than some people read in their whole lives, so stop being an ass… Anyway, I cut it down […]Read more "March books post"
Singing in your own voice Writer Anna Butler on finding the right narrator for a story, first person or third and when each works or doesn’t. I do get why some people hate first person POV. They don’t like the limited viewpoint they’re getting, or feel it’s an attempt to create a sort of false […]Read more "March Links"