Anyone who has written fantasy or sci-fi will know that world-building is easier said than done. Take a look at this short guide for some tips on creating your next imaginary realm!
Washing up, driving, and just about every household chore you can think of are all a million times more bearable with a podcast on! podcasts. In this post, we share our top 5 recommendations for writing-related podcasts.
After our recent post about bookish people to follow on Instagram, we're continuing the series by sharing our top 10 writers, publishers and literary agents to follow on Twitter.
Social media can be a big source of distraction. Who else has gone on Instagram to check something, only to get caught up in hours of mindless scrolling?
Guest blogger and author, Elle Spellman, shares advice on balancing writing with a full-time day job.
Guest blogger, Charlotte Emily Shields, gives her top five tips on how to start researching your own historical novel.
You've written something you're really proud of, and now it's just sitting there on a word document, hidden away on your computer. What's next?
I think I speak for a lot of writers when I say if there's one thing we might love more than writing, it's reading. And something I love reading about? Writing. Here are three of our favourite books on the subject.
On Thursday 6th February we held our second Writer's Night at The Stable Creative Hub in Weston and were thrilled with the turnout. In this blog post we share a summary of the event.
Last weekend we were joined by Justin Newland in a workshop all about book promotion, marketing and self-publishing. In this blog post, we share a summary of the event.