I stopped by For the Love of Books and Alcohol to write a guest post, looking at the rules to write and drink by. This one was a lot of fun to write, one part serious and two parts tongue in cheek. I submitted it a while ago but glad it’s finally with us. Check … Read more
I get it. I really do. It’s 8am on the morning before pay day and, bleary eyed, you’ve just finished your book on the train. Luckily you’ve got your trusty e-reader handy, meaning you’re able to conveniently purchase a new one for your commute home. You’ve even been eyeing one off – The Foundation by … Read more
This week I’m joining some great writers to take part in the International Thriller Writers Roundtable on the topic ‘what lessons can thriller writers learn from the movies?’ Check it out here.
Tardy posting this blog post, it went up last week over at the Momentum site, but I was overseas so I’d thank you to spare me the noose. This one looks at how I write a chunk of words really quickly. And if I can do it, you might be able to as well! Maybe? … Read more
Excited about this one. On the back of being accepted as an International Thriller Writers Association debut author, they asked to interview me for their magazine – The Big Thrill. I had a chat with the awesome Basil Sands about writing, The Foundation, Jack and Michelle, and what else is on the cards. Basil also … Read more