It’s three years since my debut novel, A is for Angelica [http://iainbroome.com/angelica], was published. I’ve talked about it plenty, especially on my podcast for writers [http://iainbroome.com/podcast], but there are still a few things that you may not know. 1. When I started
Writing on her blog for writers, Writability, Ava Jae today asked the question: where do your novel ideas come from? [http://avajae.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/writing-discussion-where-do-your-novel.html] It’s a good question and one that writers will answer differently, I’m sure. For me, A is for Angelica
Guest post by Fiona Maddock [http://fiona-maddock.blogspot.com/] I read shovel loads of stuff about how, when and why my first novel won’t be published. In fact, if I read too much more I’ll be buried under it and then I’ll never get anything done. I
Writers are excellent waiters. We have to be. It’s part of our job description. In one way or another we scribes often find ourselves in a state of anticipation, whether we’re waiting to hear back from a prospective literary agent or on tenterhooks about feedback regarding the latest
Okay, so as I mentioned in my post about prioritising your priorities [https://www.iainbroome.com/blog/time-management-and-prioritising-your-priorities], I’m spending much of this summer editing my novel into shape. That’s because I now have a literary agent, which is very exciting, although not what this post is about.