Nic Pizzolatto on Writing

I recently finished reading Pizzolatto's debut southern crime novel Galveston. While reviewing it on Goodreads I stumbled across this video. After hearing something he said here it got me I'm thinking maybe that's been my problem over the last 25 years, because I've always also been a musician, maybe not full-time, but certainly in tandem … Continue reading Nic Pizzolatto on Writing


Why Writers Shouldn’t Blog Too Much | Vincent Mars

Blogging can take over your writing life. You may have reached a point where you have to ask yourself this question — is blogging distracting me from my more ambitious work? Many of us have started our blogs thinking it’s good for our writing careers. We need more than good writing if we want to be … Continue reading Why Writers Shouldn’t Blog Too Much | Vincent Mars

Advice from Warren Ellis, Internet Jesus

In this week's edition of his newsletter, Orbital Operations, writer of all trades and legendary Internet Jesus Warren Ellis offered the following bits of sage advice for us all to perform our own lifehack in these unprecedented times. Take heed, if you want to survive. "If you're on social media, make your account private, and use … Continue reading Advice from Warren Ellis, Internet Jesus

Guest Blog: 7 Writing Rules For Fiction (from A Writer’s Path via Kate Foster)

Couldn’t have made a better list myself.

A Writer's Path


Overwhelmed by fiction-writing advice? Me too, and I’m an editor as well as a writer. Everyone and anyone who has a blog or website seems to be keen on throwing in their penny’s worth. A lot of it is genuinely good advice. But what works for them won’t necessarily be right for you.

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