Guest post by novelist/journalist and member Christina Hoag One of those writing clichés tells aspiring authors to “write the book you want to read.” That may be true, but make sure your book fits into an accepted genre or no one else will read it. As I was writing my noir crime novel Skin of … Continue reading The Importance of Genre
This week's interview takes a look at Oscar nominated writer, Luke Davies. He wrote the adapted screenplay for "Lion." He's most well-known for his "Candy," "Life," and his most recent film, "Lion." He's also known as a poet and novelist. "If you aren’t familiar with Lion, it’s based on the true story of a young … Continue reading In-Depth Interview – Luke Davies
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"Let the world burn through you. Throw the prism light, white hot, on paper." Ray Bradbury
“Writer’s block is my unconscious mind telling me that something I’ve just written is either unbelievable or unimportant to me, and I solve it by going back and reinventing some part of what I’ve already written so that when I write it again, it is believable and interesting to me. Then I can go on. … Continue reading QOTD