Caitlin

Blog 105: Writing Your First Page.

Whether you’re writing a short story or a full novel, the first page of your book is your most important page. It is your first chance, besides your blurb, to hook your reader’s interest. You have got to make it count and you have to make it flow. In a few short lines you have […]

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Caitlin

Blog 95: Is Speculative Fiction The Genre For You?

I love Fantasy it’s my favourite genre to read, but when it comes to writing, I find myself wanting to explore and write in a mixture of different genres. This makes it difficult as an author to choose only one preferred genre. Traditionally speaking, authors write in one main genre. John Green writes Young Adult […]

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Jen

Blog 60: Why You Should Add Reading to your New Years Resolutions Goals (Especially if you write) – Jen Hughes

  “If you want to be a writer, you must do two things above all others: read a lot and write a lot.”                                                                                                                                        Steven King   “Read a lot. Read anything you can get your hands on.”                                   […]

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Caitlin

Blog 42: Writing All The Unsaid Things.

The wonderful thing about writing is that you can write anything, including all those things that you really want to say but are too afraid to. Writers are commonly described as introverts, and I would tend to agree since I lean towards the introvert end of the spectrum myself. During my school years I was […]

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