#GuestPost ~ Jim Alexander #author of GoodCopBadCop ~ the importance of supporting characters @JimPlanetJimbot #TuesdayBookBlog

I’m delighted to welcome Jim Alexander with his post about the importance of secondary characters and the roles they play in a story. Over to you, Jim... We are all main characters in our own minds; in our own worlds. The people around us are the supporting characters. In some ways it’s an abstract concept. … Continue reading #GuestPost ~ Jim Alexander #author of GoodCopBadCop ~ the importance of supporting characters @JimPlanetJimbot #TuesdayBookBlog

Guest Post by Summerita Rhayne ~ Three Things to Keep in Mind for #NaNoWriMo #Writing

The National Novel Writing Month is here and authors everywhere know there is no bigger motivator to finish your novel. Especially if you are a procrastinator like me. My writing is often put on the shelf. When I do find time, I find about a hundred things to do online, checking posts, replying to messages, … Continue reading Guest Post by Summerita Rhayne ~ Three Things to Keep in Mind for #NaNoWriMo #Writing

Inkker Hauser ~ Part 1: Rum Hijack

Author: Phil Conquest Published: September 2014 by Phil Conquest Category: Fiction, Dark Comedy One day he will write the masterpiece that renders critics speechless and seats him on the throne of literary infamy.  It’s inside him…somewhere.  In the meantime, between going from one failed relationship to the next, he sits in his dead grandfather’s flat … Continue reading Inkker Hauser ~ Part 1: Rum Hijack

Guest Post ~ RM Clark

Welcome, Robert and thank you for your post. A reminder...what writers have had to do since forever Even with the latest technology, writers have been producing work the same way for hundreds of years: sentence by sentence. There are loads of books on outlining, character development, world-building and editing but the only way to make the … Continue reading Guest Post ~ RM Clark

Guest Post ~ Paul Cross

Today, I’m pleased to welcome Paul Cross, author of A Counterfeit Priest (which is on my review list for the near future). Paul has kindly written a post charting the differences in writing a screenplay as opposed to a novel. Paul is an award-winning screenwriter, actor, director and producer with many feature films including OPERATION TERROR, … Continue reading Guest Post ~ Paul Cross