Posted by Our Special Guest | Jan 27, 2021
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What better way to amp up your novel than an international/ foreign setting, where literally everything is different from a reader’s daily, humdrum life? Damyanti Biswas has five quick tips to make them work.Read More
In a novel, of any genre, the engine is the character’s decision making. Our job as authors is to understand why they do what they do–and allow it to reveal who they are. Hank Phillippi Ryan has some reasons you might use for a character’s motivation.Read More
Writing a “cyber-thriller”–or even a thriller that simply uses technology–has pitfalls and cliches. But career authors can avoid them if they know what to watch for.
Reece Hirsch offers five cutting-edge lessons on writing effective cyber thrillers.
The amazing Samantha Bailey’s WOMAN ON THE EDGE hit number one in Canada! (And the print version is now available in the US.)
And hurray, she agreed to answer the Career Authors 11.
As fate would have it, Paula and Brian have new books releasing on the same day (November 5th) and so they’ve decided to interview each other in a Career Authors exclusive double feature. This week, Paula is up first, answering questions about BLIND SEARCH, a mystery inspired by the true search-and-rescue case of an autistic boy who got lost in the Vermont wildernessRead More
Brilliant book editor Brenda Copeland shares 4 professional secrets to the art of writing bestselling womens fiction.Read More