It's February, so we continue the conversation about romance in fiction. Apparently there's more to relationships than rippling muscles and fluttering eyelashes, so what makes for a believable love interest?
There's nothing worse than setting off on an epic adventure with an exciting pair of protagonists for company only for the author to force them into a relationship. Here's why we need a few more platonic protagonists in our fiction.
Ender is the result of genetic experimentation, the perfect General to end a century-long war with an alien planet. At six years old, he's whisked away to command school where he is trained through hundreds of strategy games and simulations. But are they really just games? Or is there something else going on?
I've been writing for as long as I can remember. My goal was to get published on my teens. So am I disappointed that I never achieved that desire to be published before I was twenty? No. And the older I get, the more I understand why publishing a book as a teen is not always a good idea.
There's a saying, 'everyone has a book in them'. I'm not sure how true it is. It's one of those things that people say to you when they find out you like to write. But what makes a writer? And how do I know I am one?
Well another year gone, another year comes. Here's a summary of 2018 and some goals for the coming year.
There are so many great Christmas stories out there - and so much fluff! Here are five less well-known books you may enjoy this Christmas.
What if Father Christmas was not so much an individual as an organization? Jeremy Ogden has 25 days to complete his mission and change lives but he has one big problem in the way and her name is Virginia. Good book? We'll see...
This week in the fun facts (related to my NaNoWriMo WIP), we have vikings. Did you know that they liked kittens and that they wrote graffiti in a famous Byzantine church? Did you know they even travelled that far? Well, read on.
As odd as it may seem, this is in fact related to my current work-in-progress. Shrouded in myth and mystery, here are ten as-factual-as-they-can-get facts about the monster(?) in Loch Ness.