Category Archives: Writers Ask Writers series

Writers Ask Writers: What Tools Do You Need to Help You Write?

Special pens? Music? Magic spells? What are the tools that help you get your book written? This is the question our Writers Ask Writers group has asked this month, and we are delighted to have author Angela Savage joining us.

Writers Ask Writers: What Tools Do You Need to Help You Write?

Special pens? Music? Magic spells? What are the tools that help you get your book written? This is the question our Writers Ask Writers group has asked this month, and we are delighted to have author Angela Savage joining us.

Writers Ask Writers: Why Do You Write?

“Publication is not going to change your life or solve your problems. Publication will not make you more confident or more beautiful, and it will probably not make you any richer. There will be a long build up to publication

Writers Ask Writers: Why Do You Write?

“Publication is not going to change your life or solve your problems. Publication will not make you more confident or more beautiful, and it will probably not make you any richer. There will be a long build up to publication

Joan Didion

Writers Ask Writers: Which writer would you choose to be for a day?

Welcome back to this month’s Writers Ask Writers post, where I team up with six other writers to answer a writing-related question. This time, we’re changing lives for a day. And Kirsten Krauth, whose latest novel just_a_girl has been described

Joan Didion

Writers Ask Writers: Which writer would you choose to be for a day?

Welcome back to this month’s Writers Ask Writers post, where I team up with six other writers to answer a writing-related question. This time, we’re changing lives for a day. And Kirsten Krauth, whose latest novel just_a_girl has been described

Writers Ask Writers: What Books Changed You?

This month’s Writers Ask Writers blog welcomes a special guest, Hannah Richell, whose first novel Secrets of the Tides was a mammoth bestseller here and in the UK and whose second book, The Shadow Year, has recently been published. We’ll

Writers Ask Writers: What Books Changed You?

This month’s Writers Ask Writers blog welcomes a special guest, Hannah Richell, whose first novel Secrets of the Tides was a mammoth bestseller here and in the UK and whose second book, The Shadow Year, has recently been published. We’ll

Writers Ask Writers: What do you do when the writing gets tough?

This is a difficult question to answer at the moment because the book I am currently writing has, 40,000 words into it, been anything but tough. It’s been a joy to write, a gift, something I can’t wait to sit

Writers Ask Writers: What do you do when the writing gets tough?

This is a difficult question to answer at the moment because the book I am currently writing has, 40,000 words into it, been anything but tough. It’s been a joy to write, a gift, something I can’t wait to sit

Writers Ask Writers: Where Do You Write?

I know I promised that this week I’d put up Post 2 of my explanation of why I think Scrivener is so wonderful. But that will have to wait until next week because this week is actually time for the

Writers Ask Writers: Where Do You Write?

I know I promised that this week I’d put up Post 2 of my explanation of why I think Scrivener is so wonderful. But that will have to wait until next week because this week is actually time for the

Writers ask writers: What is your writing process?

The rather nondescript notebook in the picture is one that my husband brought home from an overseas conference in lieu of actually buying me a nice present. But it must be my lucky charm. For it seems that I finally

Writers ask writers: What is your writing process?

The rather nondescript notebook in the picture is one that my husband brought home from an overseas conference in lieu of actually buying me a nice present. But it must be my lucky charm. For it seems that I finally