Category Archives: Writers in action
Today’s the day: Rathbone Kydd – sex’n’drugs’n’quantum stuff is out as an e-book on Amazon and Smashwords. ”Time will reveal everything. It is a babbler, and speaks even when not asked.” Euripides, 480-406 BC February 2012: Detective Superintendent Derek Burridge … Continue reading
Hello everyone. Just a quick update to let you all know that Pike’s Quest, which has been out on Kindle since October 2011 and which has garnered several high-star reviews on Amazon UK & US, is now available in paperback – … Continue reading
Ever wondered what Philippa Gregory thinks about the importance of the workings of the unconscious mind – about the relationship between fiction and history – about witchcraft and incest?… Here’s the answer: http://historicalnovelsociety.org/philippa-gregory-on-her-new-ya-series-order-of-darkness-and-more/
You can now read the Get Writing 2012 Competition Cup winning stories at the National Short Story Week website. Our thanks to marvellous folk at National Short Story Week and especially Ian Skillicorn.
Hop over to my blog if you fancy reading an interview with the awesome Mr Dave Weaver. It’s very interesting, you know.
There is something which, with the swift passing of time, gets more and more on my proverbial lady-mounds. And it’s this: There is a large section of society that yearns for their talent to be discovered, yet they have neither … Continue reading
It’s a big year for Verulam Writers’ Circle member Jenny Barden. 2012 sees the publication of her first novel, Mistress of the Seas. The path to success has been long and Jenny has worked hard to get her writing noticed. … Continue reading
Well, it’s now just a week away – Get Writing 2012 will be happening next Saturday, the 11th February! We’re all very excited and can’t wait to welcome all our guests. It’s shaping up to be a really interesting day … Continue reading
Philippa Pride, aka The Book Doctor writes: I have the seeds of several ideas but I don’t know which to develop as a book? I hear it’s a tough market – is there any point in trying to get published? … Continue reading
Surely they must be mistaken: an e-book priced higher than both the hardback and paperback versions?