By Francesca Hornak 4 min read
Francesca Hornak, auhor of Seven Days of Us, on how she tackles the one thing worse than writer's block: plotter's block (and why stealing ideas is okay).
By John Schuttler 5 min read
How does an author make something old new again? John Schuttler, avid researcher and coauthor of Liberated Spirits, weighs in on the matter.
By William Boyd 5 min read
Renowned author William Boyd explains why writing a novel about a musician is difficult but worthwhile, when done properly.
By Kerri Maher 5 min read
Kerri Maher, author of The Kennedy Debutante, shares the perks and drawbacks of using third person narration when writing fiction.