Enriching Your Writing

  ( Painting By Carla Dunn) An excellent article by the amiable CARLA KING, it tackles the ability to write compelling books through senses. Please read on: ***** Sight is the most obvious of the senses to invoke when depicting a scene in your written work, but your visual descriptions will benefit when you incorporate…

Story Behind The Afflicted Revisited

We are pleased to publish this heartfelt article from Andy Strutt, our bestselling author, whose début novel, ‘The Afflicted,’ has captured the imaginations of readers worldwide. Andy writes candidly about the story behind his new book. Please enjoy!   My first love in life as a young boy was reading. By the time I was seven years…

The Fishermen And Man Booker

 It’s that time of year again when the literary world is abuzz with sounds of expectation. Dismally, we have only three Britons in running for Man Booker and I wonder if any of them could win. This year’s Long List is a very interesting one, and it hardly surprises me that only three British authors…

What’s In A Title?

When writing a business book, or a book in any genre, your book title plays a big part in selling your work. Here are tips to help you choose your title wisely. Most readers are first attracted by the cover of a book followed by the title. It’s imperative for authors and publishers to create a…

The Mysterious World Of Writers

  We love BookBaby and their constant streams of insightful articles, below is one of such articles which we believe would benefit countless writers out there. You’re all welcome to tuck in. Article originally published by BookBaby. ******************** We’ve looked at the seven habits of highly effective writers, the preferred writing tools of popular authors,…