Not many. Especially readers. Well, guess what it's only been around for approx 120 - 150 years at most. Writers used to go out an find a printer who would print copies of their manuscripts, pay them and then the writer would sell their books to the public. Oh, wait! Isn't this what we do … Continue reading Who Knows the History of Traditional Publishing??
WRITING - Yep I do this sometimes. Mainly when I am bored to tears or my fingers just take off and flow over the keyboard. Why write? Well there are several reasons. Here are mine: To teach someone about something they have little knowledge about, if I know more about the subject To research for … Continue reading The Need to Write
The Night of the Moonflower is a book that can be judged by its cover. The glowing, exotic moonflower it features is a tantalising entrée into a diverse world which melds genres in a plot incorporating romance, diplomacy, intrigue, political machinations, revenge and with a mysterious soldier of fortune at its core. It is an … Continue reading ARC Reviews: The Night of the Moonflower by Poppy Mann
Something I stumbled on the other day. I know alot of writers probably start to write for themselves or their families. Then you make a sale or two and think...maybe I can write and make some money as well. Now is the time to write. The question is "How do you Write?" On a personal … Continue reading Write how we Read