Reference to ‘Writing Rules’ regularly appears in author and writer related discussions, posts and articles. Nevertheless, the so called ‘rules’ are not usually listed, leaving readers with no option but to surmise what they are. It is in fact not easy to find such a list, however, a search of the internet, and through multiple … More Writing Rules – Do Authors Have to Adhere to Them?
In a recent interview Pamela King asked author T. R. Robinson some probing questions which solicited responses that may well help and interest both independent (indie) authors and readers alike: Indie authors to help understand what motivates, challenges, hinders and helps the author in their authoring journeys. Readers to comprehend how a book comes into … More T. R. Interview
Over the years, authors have often commented upon: How hard they find it to finish a book or series; How reluctant they are to leave the characters they have created; How it feels like the end of a life experience, if not of life itself, to finally complete their manuscripts. Reading such comments some may … More Saying Goodbye to Characters – The Challenges
Though this discussion will concentrate upon the writing of book reviews, many of the principles will apply equally to the writing of reviews for other products. Who reviews are for and what readers would like to gain from them has been previously discussed in Reviews – What Wanted? This discussion is intended to enlarge upon the … More Writing Reviews
Welcome: Dustin Stevens Author of multiple books including 21 Hours. Thank you so much for having me! 21 Hours, and most of my work, is written under my own name, Dustin Stevens. Earlier this year I began also writing under the pseudonym T.R. Kohler, providing a second platform for new stories/series/characters, as well as allowing … More Dustin Stevens – Interview
‘The condition of being unable to create a piece of written work because something in your mind prevents you from doing it.’ (Cambridge Dictionary) ‘The condition of being unable to think of what to write or how to proceed with writing.’ (Oxford Dictionary) ‘A usually temporary condition in which a writer finds it impossible to … More Writer’s Block
It would seem many authors and writers (authors to the extent they are authoring a product) forget they are not generally writing for themselves. Having said that, it has to be acknowledged there are a variety of different takes on the topic e.g. some feel it is only correct to write what they want without … More Who Do Authors Write For?