Archive for October 2016

How to Tell a Frightful Story – Krystina Kellingley

Oct 31st, 2016 | By

So you want to write a horror novel, and, when it’s finished, having invested considerable time and effort, perhaps sacrificing other things, like any kind of life outside of your ‘garret’, you’d like it to be good. You’d like those who know you (and who may have sacrificed certain things alongside you) and those who

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Publishing is Like a Box of Chocolate … which method will you choose today? Autumn Barlow

Oct 10th, 2016 | By

Just a few years ago, there was no decision to be made. If your writing was considered “good enough” you would find (eventually) a publishing contract and if you didn’t, you paid a printer to run off a thousand copies which were stored in your garage when you discovered you couldn’t get them into bookshops.

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